We had a number of beautiful frosty and cold days in Germany. It reminded me of the special days photographing the wildlife of the high Arctic. For this little Arctic Fox image I had to climb up onto a steep mountain side. The fox was perfectly camouflaged in the white...
by florianschulzphoto 7 months ago | via Instagram

The Arctic Refuge is one of the most pristine and vast wilderness areas left in North America. From the Arctic Ocean a prairie-like tundra landscape leads up to the Brooks Range. Every year the Porcupine caribou migrate to this specific spot to calf. 200 000 caribou flood the landscape. This...
by florianschulzphoto 2 days ago | via Instagram

Fall in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. I took this image last year during late August while working on a documentary on this incredible wilderness areas hoping for its permanent protection. The past 2 weeks I floated down the Canning River with my brother. This year however, it has been...
by florianschulzphoto 1 week ago | via Instagram

As the ice on the arctic ocean melts away during the summer months polar bears are gradually forced on land. This bear is traveling between ice floes, jumping from floe to floe far of the coast of Alaska. In the coming weeks I will spend time up north once again,...
by florianschulzphoto 4 weeks ago | via Instagram

Within the last few weeks the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge came alive with the birth of countless caribou calves. The Porcupine caribou herd is over 200 000 animals strong and they depend on the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as their birthing ground....
by florianschulzphoto 2 months ago | via Instagram

Caribou by the tens of thousands are moving across the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge during these days. I just have returned myself to continue my documentary work on this magnificent place and Freedom To Roam. Caribou fill the plains to the mountains. It is the greatest...
by florianschulzphoto 2 months ago | via Instagram