Photography: Animal camouflage



That animals camouflate is no secret for anyone. Hiding can basically save their lifes, and I believe this is quite a big deal. It has happened to many of us that being surrounded by nature we can’t see the animals, even though we know they are there, hiding from us who are some kind of danger for them. Maybe this is why none of us have captured them wildlife photographer Art Wolfe has done.

His series of camouflated animals have been enthusiastically approved not only by its creativity but also for its uniquecity. This project has been a result of years of work, patiente and, sometimes, luck.

Admire this piece of art (if you can spot the animals!)

leopard in Kruger National Park, South Africa

caiman in Venezuela

tattler chick Wrangell-St Elias

impala Botswana Chobe National Park

Japanese macaques Honshu island

giraffe in Transvaal, South Africa

Bengal tiger in Bandhavgarh National Park, India

white-tailed ptarmigans, Manitoba, Canada

California ground squirrel, Art Wolfe

great grey owl, Oregon


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