111 Photographs Capture Glacier Calving

The Nordenskild glacier is calving. You see in the photo. The breakaway ice drops into the ocean. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

111 photographs capture glacier calving at Nordenskiold Glacier at the Arctic archipelago Svalbard, Norway. The natural world, climate change, and its power! Being always keen to capture a glacier calving, I finally got the opportunity. Whenever I had the chance to get closer to a glacier in the Arctic nature, I searched for glacier calving signs! What are …

Fujifilm XT-1 and Greenland Icebergs

The colossal iceberg with reflection floats in the water of the coast of Ilulissat, Greenland. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

On a recent photographic trip to Greenland. FujiFilm Switzerland loaned me the FujiFilm XT-1 and 3 lenses; XF 16-55mm/2.8; XF 50-140mm/2.8 and the wide-angle XF 10-24mm/4.0. I was keen to test FujiFilm’s flagship camera and lenses in the harsh Arctic conditions. A friend and fellow photographer, Peter Delaney, is a recent convert to Fujifilm’s mirrorless platform and has …

African Elephant Giant Teeth

Up close and personal with this fine art African Elephant Bull Portrait photograph of its tusks. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

African Elephant giant teeth, the tusks, the ivory! That wildlife fine art elephant black and white photograph was sitting a long time on my hard drive in color. Indeed, I did not forget it. I just needed to get into the mood of how I wanted to process it. The color version was ready. It was …

Sweet Memory African Rhino

That remarkable, elusive white rhinoceros with her calf are standing on a rim in the African bush. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Or – “Once Upon A Time’; there ‘were’ many African Rhinos roaming the continent! These wild animals were strolling in peace through the unending vastness of the African Landscape. An African Rhino has nearly no real predators. Of course, sometimes, an African Rhino calf fell victim to African lions or other big cats. There are the Black Rhinos, Diceros bicornis, and …

African Landscape Pictures Early Morning

The gorgeous Epupa Waterfalls crash into the valley, embracing the Baobab trees with rising steam. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

For my morning African landscape pictures, I need to get up at 4-4:30 am. That is not quite everybody’s cup of tea. Once done, it is not that hard to get into gear. Climbing mountains, walk through fields, or sit in a vehicle since you are not allowed to get out of the car in …

Photography Tour Japan 2016

Red-crowned cranes roost site at sunrise. A flock of gorgeous Red-crowned cranes is waking up. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Photography Tour Japan 18-28 February 2016 hosted by Ade Photography with Guest Professional Photographer Anette Mossbacher The Registration and Detailed Program for the Japan Photography Tour in February 2017 is now open. Reserve Your Spot. Come along with us on this winter nature and wildlife photography tour Japan. Improve your photography skills with us! What will await you in …

Lioness Stalking Wildlife Photographer

A lioness stalks through the grass. The beautiful lioness blends in well in the grassland. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

African lioness stalking me, that is not the first time, but the very first time that an African lion comes that close in a stalking mode with such a pungent look, which went through my whole body and bones. Wow! The story behind the lioness is stalking me from one of my trips. Arriving at a waterhole, …

Top 2014 Best Photos Review

Graceful African cheetah sits in high grass alone and surveying its surroundings. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Time again to write a review of the year 2014 best photos for landscape photography and my wildlife photography. 2015 is already knocking at the door… yet another year is done. Where did the time go? I have no idea, it just passed me, saying hi and bye. “Hello, but that should not go that …

Following Meerkat Family

A Meerkat sentry on the lookout to see any possible threats coming towards the community. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

It always was my dream to see a Meerkat family. We were arriving after a bumpy Cessna flight from South Africa in the Makgadikgadi Pan, a natural salt pan in Botswana. The next morning the adventure started to follow a Meerkat family on their foraging tour in the desert and, of course, to take Suricate photographs. We …