Paul Goldstein

Paul Goldstein is provocative in everything he does, whether photographing, guiding, presenting or fund-raising. His jobs consist of cramming in a full-time career with a tour operator, owning four safari camps in Kenya, guiding all over the world, fund-raising for tigers and other persecuted species and writing. Through it all the ethical side of wildlife, […]

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Wildlife and nature photography award-winning images of 2013, The Guardian

British wildlife photography awards 2013, winning image: ‘In the Living Room’ by George Karbus British wildlife photography winner in the documentary category: A badger, part of a series by Neil Aldridge British wildlife photography awards 2013: ‘A great tit in flight’ by James Amess, winner of the Wildpix Young People’s (12-18) award 56th World Press […]

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Animal Photos Of The Year 2013: Celebrating The Best Images From The Animal Kingdom

This photo, made Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013, shows a baby hippo, foreground, that was born Oct. 3 at the Gulf Breeze Zoo in Gulf Breeze, Florida. (AP Photo/Northwest Florida Daily News, Nick Tomecek) An Amur tiger lies in the snow at the Calgary Zoo in Calgary, Canada on Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian […]

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Frans Lanting

FRANS LANTING has been hailed as one of the great nature photographers of our time. Born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands in 1951, he earned a master’s degree in economics then moved to the United States to study environmental planning. Soon after, he began photographing wildlife and never turned back. Lanting’s work has been commissioned frequently […]

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Larry Fink

“Fink’s photographs provide the opportunity to study a gesture, a smile, a surreptitious glance, even the sweat on an arm or a wrinkle of skin – comprising a kind of desire, sensuality, disappointment, or ennui. They record the tension between one’s keenly felt public identity and the inner exigencies of the emotional psyche.” — Susan […]

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