Why I Love Wildlife Photography #2

By PierreL | My Work | 18 Feb 2020

Since I got good feedback from the first article, I decided to make my wildlife photography a series here on Publish0x. So let's get right into it!



I was hiking in North Carolina when I spotted a family of six white-tailed deer in the field next to me. I slowly approached them and managed to get some great shots immortalising this moment that I had the privilege to experience for a good 45 minutes.



This red-tailed hawk nicely agreed to pose for me during a beautiful sunset/moonrise moment.



I love getting close-ups of animals' faces, like this male peacock. 
There's something about the details of the composition of the feathers that makes nature so beautiful to look at from up close...



Again with the close up for this brown anole lizard, I love the details of the scales on this one, and the ear hole... And the wicked "get-outta-ma-face" look.


All of these were shot with a Lumix G7 and a 45-150mm lens.


For more wildlife photography and videography, you can find me on Instagram (, and the pictures are for sale on Shutterstock.





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