Tag Archives: The Natural World

Explore the natural world stories with Nature Photographer Anette Mossbacher. Read about real wildlife. How can they cope in their natural habitat and environment? Undoubtedly, wild animals have to adapt. Discover as well untouched landscape sceneries from around our globe. Anette has captured elusive and rare wildlife, as well as amazing landscapes. Especially the nature of the African landscape, such remote and amazing places.

Hold The Ice In The Wild Arctic Nature

A large iceberg has many crevices in its structure. The dark blue sea contrasts the ice. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

In September 2013, I went on an Arctic nature and wildlife photography tour to Svalbard, Spitsbergen in Norway. The journey was to take photographs of the arctic wildlife, nature, and landscapes. As well the marine life like walruses, seals, whales, and many more. Indeed, we have been fortunate on our journey that we have seen 26 polar bears (Ursus maritimus) less …

Top 2013 Nature Photographs

Polar bear sleeping under a full moon while nestled in cliffs above the Arctic sea. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

The year 2013, is slowly winding down. 2014 is knocking on our front door, waiting for new adventures, new journeys as well as many more photographs of the natural world. Accordingly, I looked through my photographs, and below are my top 2013 nature photographs. This year in 2013 I did not travel much, or did I? …

Rhinoceros Hornbill Flying

An impressive Rhinoceros hornbill in flight. A beautiful bird in mid-air against the blue sky. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Rhinoceros hornbill birds are one of the largest hornbills. They can grow up to a size of 90 – 120cm and weigh about 2 – 4kg. Their habitat range spreads over Borneo, Java, Sumatra, Malay Peninsula, Singapore, and southern Thailand. The Rhinoceros Hornbills are classified as Near Threatened through the IUCN Red List. I was lucky …

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 the 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 big sign of a Warthog. “Safari already, at the airport?” No, not quite. The next morning, 8 am… yawn, the handover of …