Tag Archives: Wild Arctic Nature

Discover our stories about Wild Arctic Nature Photography. Read about the vastness of the Arctic landscapes to the Arctic wildlife. You will find stories from the nature photographer Anette Mossbacher about the wild animals living in their natural habitats. Indeed, the environment changes in the Wild Arctic Nature. Especially for the animals and ice sheets of the north pole. Explore our Polar bear photos how they are learning to adapt to the changing environment.

Why Are Polar Bears Endangered?

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

When you think of animals living in the Arctic, the endangered polar bears are probably one of the first species which come into your mind. But, are the Polar bears endangered? No, they are listed in the red list of the IUCN still as vulnerable. With the appearance of pristine white fur that blends in …

Wild Animals Photography – Amazing Photographs for Every Space

African elephant bulls are fighting, their trunks twisted. Wild animals photography (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

There are few photographs for a home or office as powerful as wild animal photographs, especially African animal photography prints. No matter what space is, from classic Gothic to ultra-modern. Photographs from the natural world can enhance any space, bringing photographs of a world without man into human spaces. Wild animals’ photographs are as well …

The Importance Of The Environment In Wildlife Photography

A massive Polar bear stands in front of a glacier far on the right-hand side. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

There are many important elements to creating exciting wildlife photography. In this post, I will discuss my use of the environment in wildlife photography to emphasize the ‘story’ aspect of a particular species. Capturing this stunning visual exploration of a polar bear while on assignment in Svalbard, Norway. The use of the environment has created a beautiful …

Polar Bears and Icebergs Captured

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

When it comes to artwork, there are thousands of choices that homeowners can make their selection. From the geometric photographic prints that have been so popular over recent years to typography decals. Every homeowner can ensure that their home is as unique as the individuals living in it. However, there is one choice of artwork …

Ilulissat Icefjord & Disko Island Photo Tour

A Fisher boat is sailing through the icebergs in the Disko Bay. The fisher boat with massive icebergs. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

I am excited to announce that I’ll be co-leading, together with Johan Peijnenburg, a Greenland Photography Tour. We will go to Ilulissat Icefjord and Disko island in 2016. Is Greenland on your bucket list? Join us to experience the magnificent Arctic landscape of the Disko Bay area. Let us help you in refining your landscape photography skills …

Greenland Nature & Landscape Photography Tour

Colossal icebergs are floating at sunset in the Disko Bay. The soft pastel colors complement the ice. (copyright Anette Mossbacher)

Join Landscape & Nature Photographer Johan Peijnenburg and Wildlife & Landscape Photographer Anette Mossbacher on this Arctic adventure. Departure is September 2016; 24 Sept. – 02 Oct. The Greenland Nature and Landscape Photography Tour/Workshop will be based on the west coast at Ilulissat Icefjord. This UNESCO World Heritage site is 250km north of the Arctic Circle. Undoubtedly, one …

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 …

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, …

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 …