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Video: The Lion and the Photographer

Video: The Lion and the Photographer

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 30, 2012 8

Every photographer—amateur and professional—who’s been on a Natural Habitat Adventures trip is familiar with that catch-in-the-throat feeling when a wild animal comes within close range of your camera lens. And if you’re quiet and

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Does Adventure Today Mean Going Retro?

Does Adventure Today Mean Going Retro?

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 5, 2012 7

British explorer and Royal Navy officer Robert Falcon Scott reached the South Pole on January 17, 1912. A hundred years later, on January 17, 2012, in honor of this historic adventure, the National Geographic

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Predator vs. Prey: An Extraordinary Moment on Film

Predator vs. Prey: An Extraordinary Moment on Film

Candice Gaukel Andrews December 9, 2010 1

When the nature series Planet Earth premiered on TV in the United States in 2007, it featured groundbreaking photography, such as this piece of film showing a great white shark catching a seal. This

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Wildlife Photo: Smiling Grizzly Cub

Wildlife Photo: Smiling Grizzly Cub

Candice Gaukel Andrews August 19, 2010 0

Is this grizzly cub smiling? Possibly, according to bear behavioralist Else Poulsen. In an article published in National Geographic magazine in 2016, Poulsen was quoted as saying: “Bears smile just like we do. They pull each

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Man vs. Nature (Or: Why Is Your Elbow in My Nature Photograph?)

Man vs. Nature (Or: Why Is Your Elbow in My Nature Photograph?)

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 27, 2010 7

I have lots of photos of people parts: the tops of heads adorning the bottom of a frame; errant elbows jutted into the right or left side of an image; a disconnected leg caught

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Master of Disguise

Master of Disguise

James Dziezynski July 26, 2010 3

I had to share this picture from my recent climb of Oklahoma Mountain here in Colorado. But why would I post a photo of a pile of rocks? Look closer!!

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