Earthday in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Two musk ox bulls fight over their ranks. With full speed they run at each other crushing their heads together. In April one still encounters winter conditions but the light is returning. I shot this with my brother Salomon while camping out for...
by florianschulzvisuals 1 year ago | via Instagram

Two fin whales come to the surface after hunting for sardines or krill in the depths. I have had the chance to spend quite a bit of time in my back yard lately – the bay of La Paz. Every day I head out with my cousin @ben_lanius we come...
by florianschulzvisuals 2 months ago | via Instagram

After migrating for thousands of miles a Dunlin rests in the mud flats of Copper River Delta in Alaska. A few weeks ago I still observed these little Sandpipers in Baja California, Mexico. I practically was laying in the mud to get this low angle shot for a more intimate...
by florianschulzvisuals 2 months ago | via Instagram

I just posted one of my all-time favorite images to @natgeo and got a lot of questions about how the photograph was taken. It was part of a multi-year quest to document polar bears for my book “To The Arctic” and #natgeo story. A dead fin whale had washed ashore...
by florianschulzvisuals 2 months ago | via Instagram

I photographed these two muskox bulls during a blizzard in Arctic Alaska. With the wind chill the 30 below felt more like -60. For the muskox however, the cold did not seem to matter at all. The more time I spent with the muskox the more I learnt how perfectly...
by florianschulzvisuals 6 months ago | via Instagram

There is hardly a greater wildlife spectacle left in North American than the massive caribou migration of the Porcupine Caribou Herd. Every year about 200 000 caribou migrate to the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to give birth to their young. Migrating close to 3000 miles it...
by florianschulzvisuals 7 months ago | via Instagram