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Best wildlife parks.

Photophil

Gent, BE
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Photophil Awarded for his valuable contributions to the Resources, most notably in Wildlife Photography Basic Member
Wed 16-Jan-08 01:24 PM

Hi,

The greatest challenge is to take pictures of animals in the wild. No greater thrill than standing eye to eye with a brown bear. But some pictures (close ups of puma, wolf, lynx, ...) are hard or impossible to achieve. Lots of spectacular wildlife pictures in magazines are taken under what we call "controlled situations". Meaning, the photography was done in an enclosure (zoo or wildlife farm). One famous hotspot in Europe is "The Bayerischer Wald" in Germany. A paradise to take pictures of wolves and lynx. Another hotspot is Jaegersborg near Kopenhagen (Denmark) famous for its red deer photography. Who wants to share his favourite places to take pictures of rare animals.

Cheers,
Photophil
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Cheers,
Philippe

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