While Japan is slightly smaller than California, it extends from latitudes 24 degrees to 46 degrees North, across nine forest ecoregions, making it possible for a surprisingly diverse number of species of wildlife and flora to call the stratovolcanic archipelago home. The wide range of climatic zones opens up year-round photo opportunities throughout the country... Read More
In April 2017, I set off in my small RV, a 1999 Roadtrek 190 Popular, on an epic photo road trip from Maine to Alaska. I had dreamed about going full time on the road for quite a while, and in the summer of 2016 I finally set things in motion. I bought the old RV and started to get rid of things I didn't need. By the time I left, I had downsized my life as much as possible, leaving a few things behind to figure out later, but I took everything I needed with me to live and work out of my RV... Read More
“European hamsters (Cricetus cricetus), sadly, are a threatened species nowadays,” notes Austrian-based photographer Henrik Spranz. “They’re much larger than the Syrian hamsters or dwarf hamsters, which are the ancestors of the well-known pet hamsters. The wild European hamsters are extinct or almost extinct in many European countries, but here in Austria you can still find them—even as urban wildlife. I waited some hours to get a shot when the hamster came back from foraging in the evening with its cheek pouches already full, but it decided to try and get this clover in as well.”.. Read More
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