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Lens-Artists Photo Challange 150: “Let’s Get Wild!“

We have a guest host this week for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Diane She asks for the wild because she works in the wild as a park ranger.

I know, there are a few other meanings in the word “wild”, but I’m concentrating on wild as in “wildlife”.

Enjoy the gallery. Hint: clicking in one of the images starts the slideshow in a bigger size.

Second hint: I’m currently running a raffle. You can win a voucher code for Excire Foto  (*AD because of an affiliate link* ). Check out, how you can become one of the winners 😊

Take care!

25 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challange 150: “Let’s Get Wild!“”

  1. Wonderful gallery Andre – your opener of the geese (??) in the sun is glorious. What is the little bird with the blue on its wing?

    1. Thanks, Tina 😊 I guess, you’re either asking for the European bee-eater or the barn swallow (the bird in the rain) or maybe the Eurasian jaybird (with the small blue patche on the side). The opening image has 2 common cranes

  2. Fabulous wildlife shots, André. Love your birds in flight…the Puffin! And your fox shots and the little bird on the snowy branch really caught my eye. A wonderful collection.

  3. WOWWWWW. You are a WILDLIFE photographer. Outstanding all. I love the puffin (?) with fish in mouth, but every shot is spectacular.

  4. A fantastic gallery, Andre! Love every one of them – but my favourite is the puffin coming in with food!

    1. Thank you so much, Ann-Christine. Yeah, the puffins. It was so great to watch them coming in and discovering their strategy to avoid losing the fish to the gulls.

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