Category: Wildlife photo

  • New hummingbirds

    New hummingbirds

    After a recent trip to Ecuado, I had the possibility of enriching my collection of hummingbirds. All my new hummingbirds are here: I love these small (or tiny, rather) birds. Colors, shiny feathers, high speed make them adorable and excellent subjects for photography. Truly fascinating…

  • Ocellated lizard

    Ocellated lizard

    Ocellated lizard, Lézard ocellé (Timon lepidus)Spain, May 2021.

  • A big Spanish cat

    A big Spanish cat

    Wild focus is at it again: Back in Spain for the Iberian Lynx. You can visit the image portfolio.

  • A few rabbits

    A few rabbits

    Just published on “Wild focus“, a few rabbits shot in the afternoon light of Spain.

  • Japanese cranes

    Japanese cranes

    The crane is one of these symbols coming through the centuries to feed Japanese culture. It’s everywhere. Usually called tanchōzuru, it is said to live 1000 years. It will be found on coins, bills, company logos (e.g. Japan Airlines), but also on many ukiyo-e, traditional paper prints from woodblock engravings. Inevitably, crane flocks are met…

  • Kitsune, or red fox

    Kitsune, or red fox

    The northern hemisphere predator with the most extensive range: The ubiquitous red fox. As in Europe, the red fox (locally known under the lovely name of kitsune) is relatively difficult to find but, once found, it is not very easily afraid of human presence. Red fox, Renard roux (Vulpes vulpes)Hokkaido, Japan North island, January/February 2019.