International Photography Awards 2014

The morning light backlights the impressive polar bear at the edge of this rock. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

furthermore, three Honorable Mentions as well. Indeed, I am pleased to announce that my black and white polar bear photograph “At The Edge” has won second place in the International photography awards contest. As well as two honorable mentions I have received. One in landscape photography and one more in the wildlife photography category. Indeed, …

Silent Roar Epupa Waterfalls Fine Art

Fine art limited-edition photograph in black and white of a waterfall landscape. The beautiful Epupa Falls. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

The gorgeous Epupa waterfalls in Namibia right at the border to Angola. Breathtaking waterfalls, when enough water is flowing down the Kunene River. This is not always given during the year. Only in the rainy season, you might be lucky that the falls are filled with so much water. You see that in the black and white or …

African Wildlife Fine Art

The elegant Oryx gazella, we also know, as Gemsbok is looking back over its shoulder into the camera (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Oryx Gemsbok, African wildlife fine art photography of an Oryx Gemsbok standing in the vastness of Africa’s landscape. In Namibia, you meet nearly on every corner wild animals while driving on the “wrong” side. On my journey through Namibia, I encountered Oryx, as well as many more different species of animals, which have crossed my …

Photo Journey Through The Arctic III

Colossal walruses are swimming in the Arctic sea, coming to our zodiac. Their heads are above the water. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Photo journey Arctic continues Part III… The last part of the photo journey Arctic I have written for a magazine. Arctic nature is fascinating in all aspects. The vastness of the landscape is not to describe. It was an unforgettable experience and one of the best trips I have ever made. Some wildlife photographers joined me …

Photo Journey Through The Arctic II

Walrus swim in the Arctic sea. Three animals with their heads above the water. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

During breakfast, the boat went on its journey through the Arctic sea. Waves? Yes. Big? I don’t know, but we all left our gear on the floor and not on the bed, just in case it fell off the bed! During the journeys between the stops, I spent most of the time on deck; I …

Photo Journey Through The Arctic

A remarkable iceberg shows an abstract sculpture that has a Loch Ness shape. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

A magazine has contacted me to write an article about my experiences on the photo journey through the Arctic in Svalbard, Norway. A photo journey through the Arctic, wow, this tour was fantastic. All photographers got great photographs of the animals and nature, what the Arctic has to offer. A photo journey through the Arctic. …

African Leopard Photography

African leopard, Panthera Pardus), African elephant, Loxodonta Africana, together waterhole. Leopard drinks water behind the elephant. The elephant is in the water up to its head. Etosha, Namibia (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

African Wildlife and Landscape Photography sometimes brings quite some surprises on a safari during the day or during the night! Especially African Predators Photography, like this African Leopard Photography. Not to forget the big mammals, the elephants, both together I have not seen very often! Actually, only 3-4 x, going to each other out of their way. This …

African Desert Elephants

An African wildlife photograph in color features an elephant that walks through a dry riverbed. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

African Desert Elephants, like the name, say they live in the desert. Currently only found in Namibia and Mali. These elephants adapted very well to their habitat, the desert. On my trip through Namibia, traveling alone in a jeep with a roof tent, I came across a few times these beautiful magic African Desert Elephants. …

What Will The Future Hold

The polar bear resting on pack ice, which looks like the imposing predator, is lost. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Update 15 July 2014: This Polar bear photograph has won 5th place in the landscape category in the Society of German Wildlife Photographers contest 2014 The Polar bear looks tiny in this landscape in the vastness of the wild Arctic sea far north. At 83 degrees, we have seen this polar bear having a nap on …