19 July 2014

Phenomenal Wildlife Photography of Mark Bridger


Mark Bridger is an enthusiastic amateur photographer from London, England. He took photography hobby about five years ago when her wife bought a first camera for him on his 40th birthday. He is a member of National Geographic team since 2013.

The main interests of Mark Bridger in photography are nature, wildlife and anything from bugs to bears. We have a set of phenomenal wild life photography of Mark Bridger to pleasant your weekend.

1. A beautiful Grey Crowned Crane showing off his plumage
Phenomenal Wildlife Photography of Mark Bridger


2. A couple of fallow deer does in some autumn light
Phenomenal Wildlife Photography of Mark Bridger

3. A couple of red deer teenagers wandering around in the misty bracken

4. A female lion descending from the tree
Phenomenal Wildlife Photography of Mark Bridger

5. A female lion telling her mate to back off...
Phenomenal Wildlife Photography of Mark Bridger

6. A large giraffe standing on the Massi Mara plains with a storm fast approaching.
Phenomenal Wildlife Photography of Mark Bridger

7. A large red deer stag having an early morning roar

8. A large red stag calling for his ladies

9. A little kiss

10. A little stretch

11. A little wild water vole having a nibble on some fresh grass

12. A little wild water vole picking his blackberries

13. A male hyena having a laugh at the silly man with the big lens...

14. A male kingfisher coming out of the water after a successful dive to catch his breakfast

15. A pair of brothers in the masai mara kenya

16. A Panther Chameleon

17. A very happy little frog

18. A wild brown hare

19. Beautiful Deer

20. Tender moment between two red foxes

21. This is a group of Wildebeest jumping into the Mara river during the Migration

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