Photographers normally remain behind the camera while their subjects pose in front — but for these 25 wildlife shoots, all the rules have changed.
25 times photographers were interrupted by wildlife
Wildlife photography involves a great deal of dedication, patience and the ability to remain completely motionless for many hours at a time, often in cold, wet, uncomfortable conditions. Remember, your subjects are timid wild animals, not fame-seeing Instagram “models”. They may be too far away to snap clearly, or you simply might not see any the whole day. What you really don’t expect is for the bold and the downright nosey to walk straight up to you and stick their nose in your lens. We spotted a post, shared to Facebook by That One Guy With Glasses, of 25 times cheeky wild animals did just that.
That one guy with glasses
Originally spotted on Facebook, shared by That One Guy With Glasses. No photo credits were supplied.
HALTING THE EXTINCTION CRISIS: THESE 10 EXAMPLES PROVE WE CAN RESTORE WILDLIFE IF WE REALLY WANT TO
BrightVibes shares 10 success stories to show that - when we really want and put our hearts and minds to it - we can help nature and wildlife to recover. Draw inspiration from these stories and take action to help our planet to survive and thrive.