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Photo @jasonedwardsng. In the late afternoon the bone dry heat lays over the Tarangiri like a sweltering blanket. It’s almost too hot for the fly’s to bother the herds. It’s been months since the last rains and the tension between between the seasons

A troop of more than 60x Squirrel Monkeys, Saimiri sciureus, made their way down from the canopy and through the understory in search of fruiting trees. Their surprise was palpable as they emerged from the shadows to find me standing there! . The gr

#repost @natgeowild ・・・ Photo @jasonedwardsng These are Puggles, they are twin baby Platypus and they are devilishly cute! Puggle is the term used for baby platypus, which are one of only two egg-laying mammals on Earth, the other being the Echidna.

Photo @jasonedwardsng These are Puggles, they are twin baby Platypus and they are devilishly cute! Puggle is the term used for baby platypus, which are one of only two egg-laying mammals on Earth, the other being the Echidna. These siblings were born

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Flashback to a very chilly dawn in southern Greenland. I have every layer on that I could fit under my Swiss National Geographic coloured jacket, and every pocket filled with batteries to keep them warm. . The second frame is what I’m looking at, th

Photo @jasonedwardsng The proud contours of the face of a King. It is nigh impossible not to feel humbled by a large male lion; the sheer size of a predator that can weigh in excess of 250kg and thunder across the savannah at tens of kilometres an ho

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Dawn pierces the desert horizon, transforming the Aboriginal sacred site Uluru into a silhouette. The vast outback sky dwarfs the giant inselberg making it appear small in the landscape. Australia’s marvellous and beyond imaginingly vast deserts make

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#repost @natgeowild ・・・ Photo @jasonedwardsng A trip to the hairdresser is nothing compared to the grooming of a Brown Lemur in Madagascar. This individual and others, were confiscated from poachers and are now cared for in a managed reserve that is

Photo @jasonedwardsng The proud contours of the face of a King. It is nigh impossible not to feel humbled by a large male lion; the sheer size of a predator that can weigh in excess of 250kg and thunder across the savannah at tens of kilometres an ho

Silt and sand eroded from the slopes of the Southern Alps in New Zealand, flowing into a turquoise lake. The pristine wilderness is a credit to New Zealand’s active desire to preserve wild places. Time and again this tiny nation sets the standard for

  • Ah my home turf so-to-speak. Love the way the transparent blue-green waters juxtapose with the light gray gravels

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Photo @jasonedwardsng It’s World Sea Turtle Day and I am reflecting on the opportunities I’ve had to spend time with these wonderful species around our planet. . I always cherish any time in the salty brine whether it’s surfing, diving, swimming or

Photo @jasonedwardsng A Meerkat pup peers from behind its mother whilst she forages for insects in the sand. One of the most social species of carnivore, the troop functions to protect its territory from other meerkat and also from predators. Individ

It’s not always about having the best light shining directly on your subject, that super-saturated hue of the golden hour. It’s a myth that you’re always in the right place at the right time, that you planned and researched exactly when and where you

  • 🙌Looks like your decision paid off 😍 Love the way you left enough light on his coat that I can see his (her?) spots! ✌️✨

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Love his message! Make sure you read the caption 🤗 ・・・ Look at the world differently; cast your gaze up and down, left and right, give yourself some height and then get down low. Change your perspective. Imagine what really matters to other species

Photo @jasonedwardsng A troop of more than 60x Squirrel Monkeys, Saimiri sciureus, made their way down from the canopy and through the understory in search of fruiting trees. Their surprise was palpable as they emerged from the shadows to find me sta

No don’t get up, really don’t! Weddell Seals can move exceptionally fast when the need takes them. However, the rest of the time they’d rather just roll over and look at you instead of spending the energy to spin around. And then you see the enormous

Photo @jasonedwardsng A troop of more than 60x Squirrel Monkeys, Saimiri sciureus, made their way down from the canopy and through the understory in search of fruiting trees. Their surprise was palpable as they emerged from the shadows to find me sta

Photo @jasonedwardsng Today June 5 is World Environment Day. We are bombarded by 24-hour media featuring the demise of ecosystems all over the planet. The onslaught is so incessant and so negative, many people simply give up on making any change in t

Reposted from @natgeowild - Photo @jasonedwardsng Today June 5 is World Environment Day. We are bombarded by 24-hour media featuring the demise of ecosystems all over the planet. The onslaught is so incessant and so negative, many people simply give

Look at the world differently; cast your gaze up and down, left and right, give yourself some height and then get down low. Change your perspective, imagine life in another’s path whether that’s culturally, socioeconomically or physically. Wipe away

  • Maravilha, que momento!!!! Precisamos ser mais felizes e aproveitatmos de forma melhor essa vida que temos, com as coisas mais simples e nao morrendo por uma corrida desesperada atras de bens materias e dinheiro. Se puder visitar meu feed e me seguir(following), agradeco. Tudo de bom. Se cuide!!!

Photo @jasonedwardsng A trip to the hairdresser is nothing compared to the grooming of a Brown Lemur in Madagascar. This individual and others, were confiscated from poachers and are now cared for in a managed reserve that is supported by National Ge

Photo @jasonedwardsng Today June 5 is World Environment Day. We are bombarded by 24-hour media featuring the demise of ecosystems all over the planet. The onslaught is so incessant and so negative, many people simply give up on making any change in t

The bond between humans and horses runs like a river through the evolution of our civilisation. What we’ve achieved would not have been possible without the domestication of this species. . From an emotional perspective, humans are inherently drawn

  • Touching photo💜

  • Your photos are incredible! What do you shoot with?

Phot @jasonedwardsng An overcast day can be a wonderful opportunity to highlight detail in very contrasted wildlife such as herons, but it can also assist in bringing out the details in reflective species like reptiles. The sheen on the scales can be

Polar Bear have become the poster child for the global warming movement. With their habitat literally melting out from underneath them this makes sense. . When a single species is used to promote an environmental campaign it’s known as a keystone or

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Photo @jasonedwardsng Where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Indian Ocean the seas are forever in motion. Currents mix, nutrients upwell from the depths, and waves relentlessly erode cliffs and beaches. I love doing aerial work from helicopters, I find i

  • Just had a look at your account 😺 and liked most of the photos especially recents ones 👏

Photo @jasonedwardsng Practice makes perfect, especially when the future of your genetic lineage is at stake. Male African Elephant begin to learn the art of combat from a very young age. As calf’s they push and chase each other around, testing there

Look at the world differently; cast your gaze up and down, left and right, give yourself some height and then get down low. Change your perspective, imagine life in another’s path whether that’s culturally, socioeconomically or physically. Wipe away

Photo @jasonedwardsng In the clear turquoise shallows of the Great Barrier Reef a Green Sea Turtle hovers above a field of sea grass where it’s been grazing all morning. Disposable plastic bags are treacherous to many marine animals that mistake them

A Patagonian Fox resting on the altiplano of the Andes Mountain range in Chile. An opportunistic predator and also a scavenger, the fox survives the frigid winters with an incredibly dense coat of hair. Unlike the Arctic Fox the fur does not turn whi

  • Love the detail in the fox ❤️. The beady-squint eyed look says he's either spotted dinner or an enemy. 😊 Not quite sure which? May I ask how old is the photo, and what do you scan them with? I've several thousand slides, although not all necessarily worth scanning.. 😅

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Photo @jasonedwardsng A female Red Kangaroo bounds across the gibber desert in outback Australia. Her large Joey is peering from the pouch as she becomes active when the soaring daytime temperatures wane. . Female Red Kangaroo are often grey-Blue in

Photo @jasonedwardsng Have you ever noticed how fixating those little blue neon lights are on electronic devices? Scientists have researched why this particular colour is so appealing to humans and why it is so rare in the natural world. . I always

Practice makes perfect, especially when the future of your genetic lineage is at stake. Male African Elephant begin to learn the art of combat from a very young age. As calf’s they push and chase each other around, testing there strength and developi

#repost @natgeowild (@get_repost ) ・・・ Sleeping is something Koala do very well. So well in fact, that it’s what they do for the vast majority of every day! Not because they are lazy but their diet of eucalyptus leaves requires a vast amount of energy

Repost @natgeowild • • • • • Sleeping is something Koala do very well. So well in fact, that it’s what they do for the vast majority of every day! Not because they are lazy but their diet of eucalyptus leaves requires a vast amount of energy to diges

#repost @natgeowild • Sleeping is something Koala do very well. So well in fact, that it’s what they do for the vast majority of every day! Not because they are lazy but their diet of eucalyptus leaves requires a vast amount of energy to digest. It’s

Sleeping is something Koala do very well. So well in fact, that it’s what they do for the vast majority of every day! Not because they are lazy but their diet of eucalyptus leaves requires a vast amount of energy to digest. It’s best to be inactive w

A shoal of diminutive Glass Fish dance in the shallows above the colorful corals. Oblivious to the machinations of geopolitics, economic hardship, manufactured territories, or scientific predictions of catastrophic biodiversity losses. . They’re not

  • @debandbobby thank you and yes. I was a tad fixated with the fish and their dance among the sun beams. That little world became a Universe whilst I was watching.

  • Es fantástico verlos..

Photo @jasonedwardsng A large downy chick in a Gentoo Penguin colony offers me a passing glance. I’m not a source of food nor a threat that the large well-fed youngster recognises, just a novelty moving through its icy world. . And for me that is al

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The blistering oxide on the sheer face of Uluru in central Australia, glows with an internal heat in the setting sun. The ancient massive rises from the desert plains showing as many faces as there are hues in the pollution-free sky. . A sacred site

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Photo @jasonedwardsng It obviously happens, predators hunt and catch prey to survive. Humans have a fascination with these events especially when traveling in areas where big cats inhabit an ecosystem. . Leopard are difficult to find at the best of

Photo by @jasonedwardsng ・・・ The immense power and speed of Nile Hippopotamus are legendary. These incredible aquatic mammals have graced the pages of fiction and non-fiction for centuries, mainly due to their extremely territorial behaviour that can

The immense power and speed of Nile Hippopotamus are legendary. These incredible aquatic mammals have graced the pages of fiction and non-fiction for centuries, mainly due to their extremely territorial behaviour that can result in serious injury or

Photo @jasonedwardsng It’s not always about having the best light shining directly on your subject, that super-saturated hue of the golden hour. It’s a myth that you’re always in the right place at the right time, that you planned and researched exac

Photo @jasonedwardsng  Sun rays pierce the ocean depths casting god rays around a magnificent Whale Shark migrating along Ningaloo Reef. The spot patterns on each shark are distinctive, enabling scientists to identify individuals when they return to t

An overcast day can be a wonderful opportunity to highlight detail in very contrasted wildlife such as herons, but it can also assist in bringing out the details in reflective species like reptiles. The sheen on the scales can be hard to capture in b

  • @kat_clare8 I agree they are so hard to find. Most people avoid them and likely best to, if you cannot tell the dangerous species from the less dangerous. This individual little crossed in front of me!

  • @locallovedalive thank you so much that is a true compliment!

Photo @jasonedwardsng Sun rays pierce the ocean depths casting god rays around a magnificent Whale Shark migrating along Ningaloo Reef. The spot patterns on each shark are distinctive, enabling scientists to identify individuals when they return to t

The mighty Erebus Glacier Tongue flows into the frozen Ross Sea in Antarctica. These impregnable ice walls tower over the landscape and created the Great Barrier to early explorers like Shackleton. . I have no evidence to suggest so, but I imagine t

  • @mobilographerr it’s hard to grasp the scale it definitely makes you feel small.

  • @jasonedwardsng All of my reactions are true👍

Photo @jasonedwardsng A male Magnificent Frigatebird inflates his bright red gular sac in display as he shelters his mate with a wing. These masters of aerial combat are notorious for harassing other seabirds whilst in flight, forcing them to regurgi

#repost from @jasonedwardsng // Bad hair days can be a distressing but I like the attitude of this Toque Macaque in Sri Lanka. She’s owning her creation, and doesn’t care what the world thinks. If the truth be known hers was the best bouffant in the

Photo @jasonedwardsng Water lily make wonderful photographic subjects when we travel. Even on a dull day they bring colour and life into any scene. They also help to fill a void in our storytelling if we find ourselves short on vibrancy, because let’

Bad hair days can be a distressing but I like the attitude of this Toque Macaque in Sri Lanka. She’s owning her creation, and doesn’t care what the world thinks. If the truth be known hers was the best bouffant in the entire troop! . Toque Macaques

Photo @jasonedwardsng Ocelot. The staggeringly beautiful markings on these elusive cats made them a prime target for the fur industry for decades. Even today, I come across their pelts in villages where the cats may have preyed on domestic fowl. . M

Photo @jasonedwardsng Healthy coral gardens are becoming increasingly difficult to find. Ocean acidification, warming water temperatures and even the poaching of corals for pet aquariums are taking their toll on ancient reef communities. A Dive Maste

"A large Crabeater Seal sleeping on the pack ice in Antarctica. Crabeaters use these mobile platforms for resting, mating and gathering in groups. Although their name suggests they eat crabs in fact, they eat Antarctic krill which they sieve through

  • Love your page!🙌😊 I'm a wildlife photographer too!🙏😊

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"There are moments when the light sings and there is no one or nothing, in the frame to listen. There are also times when it all comes together. A female Leopard surveys a woodland at dawn from the fork of a tree. The dust and smoke laden dawn was so

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