Anette’s Journeys

As a professional wildlife and landscape photographer, I travel the world! Indeed, Anette’s journeys have crossed many thousands of miles. From the frozen ice-lands to the hot deserts. My travels have given me the chance to capture rare wildlife. Also beautiful flora and landscapes, and bring these beautiful photographs to you.

Anette’s Journeys in India

On my trip to India, I had three well-known photographers as companions. We had a fabulous time, with lots of laughter and fun. Capturing photographs of the Indian rhinos, Bengal tigers, Indian leopards, and the great Indian hornbill was a fantastic experience. Also, seeing the Indian Peafowl.

Journeys in Namibia

Then, in Namibia, we travel across the age-old dunes of the Skeleton Coast. Here, we find wildlife that lives in the harshest conditions of drought. But, all is not dry. The stunning Epupa Falls and Ruacana Falls offer fantastic photographs. In the Sossusvlei, we find out-of-this-world landscapes of white clay fields.

Massive Icebergs in Greenland

Subsequently, in Greenland, the sight of massive icebergs certainly sends shivers down your spine. These towering cliffs give us great photographs. As such, they are perfect for your home and office.

In summary, Anette’s journeys bring you photographs that certainly open your mind to the wonders of the Planet Earth.

Excited Photographers Love This Amazing Natural Paradise

Tourists climb the highest dune #45 at sunrise in a line. Behind the dune, you see the blue sky. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Tourists Navigate the Sossusvlei Dunes of Namibia, Africa. Namibia is the hidden jewel of Africa. That is why I visit often, and I also lead photo adventure tours here as well. It is still pristine territory – an experience that no one will ever forget!” – Anette A female lion locks eyes with my camera, …

Say Good Bye To Kaziranga and Hello To Ranthambore Bengal Tiger Harbor

The excellent Bengal Tiger eyes looking straight into the camera in this close-up photograph. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

We arrived late night in Sawai Madhopur at a farmhouse. Farmhouse, in India? Yes, it is possible. My friend Ravindra from the Ranthambore Regency has built a farmhouse in a beautiful setting at the edge of the Ranthambore National Park. He offered us the house, which has five beautiful big rooms. It was brand new; …

Bengal Tigers, Indian Rhinos With A Bunch Of Great People

A cute Asian elephant calf with its mother is coming out of the tall grass. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Arriving from Swissyland in Delhi with Carole Deschuymere after midnight, 1:00 am, our first “Incredible India” surprise was waiting in a queue to get our passports checked – go with the flow! The waiting was dragged to one and a half hours!! Pffff… a great start indeed, never mind to this experience, we spent each other company …

Journey Wild Arctic Svalbard

Massive Polar bear stands on a large rock, while he looks to the camera. That apex predator is dirty. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Wild Arctic journey Svalbard, to the far north of Europe, above the arctic circle to encounter the northern Arctic wildlife in their natural world. The wild Arctic in Svalbard, also called Spitsbergen, is an archipelago in the Arctic Ocean. Most people I know asked me where on earth is that? Far north, nearly in the …

Alone 6000k Through The Natural World

Between two Quiver trees stands a jeep with an open rooftop tent. Everything is in a soft orange glow. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Leaving homeland for the trip “Alone 6000k through the natural world of Namibia”. …arriving in Windhoek / Namibia late afternoon. My first encounter with Photography in Africa – Wildlife – sort of, a big sign of a Warthog. “Safari already, at the airport?” Nop, not quite. The next morning, 8 am… yawn, the hand over of …