Wildlife Photography by Marina Cano

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Marina Cano is a landscape and wildlife photographer. She has devoted three years of her life to a  wild life project, which resulted in the book Cabárceno, named after the largest natural park nature reserve in Europe.  Cano made amazing shots of animals in their natural habitat.

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23 comments on “Wildlife Photography by Marina Cano

  1. Hardly know what to say. Powerful, moving, stunning, I guess.

  2. […] Cano spent three years photographing wildlife, which sounds like fun; especially when you capture animals enjoying their down time. In this […]

  3. mebude adebayo says:

    very nice…

  4. Very excellent work. Are any of them scratchboard? If so what do you use to color them?

  5. simonhlilly says:

    Stunning, sculptural lighting.

  6. These are absolutely beautiful and inspiring. Wow!

  7. Reblogged this on Folding Mirror Poetry and commented:
    Zebras, giraffes and birds mirroring.

  8. Great images and capture of animal love and emotions. Reblogged.

  9. clinock says:

    Brilliant photography and sensitivity to wild life…

  10. Barbara Backer-Gray says:

    Amazing!

  11. these are just breathtaking!!!

  12. Love them all!!! Absolutely AMAZING!!!:-)

  13. petit4chocolatier says:

    Incredible!

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