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.
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25 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challange 150: “Let’s Get Wild!“”
Wonderful gallery Andre – your opener of the geese (??) in the sun is glorious. What is the little bird with the blue on its wing?
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
Wow… amazing captures of these beautiful birds!!
Thanks, Amy 😊
This is truly gorgeous work!
Thanks, Kim 😊
Thanks, Ana 😊
Amazing gallery of the wild.
thank you so much, Teresa 🙂
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.
Thank you so much, Jane 😊 I love puffins, too. The red one in snow is a European robin
Wow! Amazing gallery. You inspire me!
Thank you so much 😊
Fabulous collection, Andre. You have a wonderful eye!
Thank you so much, Patti 😊
WOWWWWW. You are a WILDLIFE photographer. Outstanding all. I love the puffin (?) with fish in mouth, but every shot is spectacular.
thank you so much, John. You’re right, it’s a puffin bringen fish for the kid
A fantastic gallery, Andre! Love every one of them – but my favourite is the puffin coming in with food!
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.
These are super Andre .. you sure have a talent at catching wildlife 🙂
Thank you so much, Julie 😊