The media talked about the photographer who shoots wild animals in the cities of Europe
Photographer Sam Hobson is engaged in wildlife photography, like many photographers. But his craft has a distinctive feature: wild beasts Sam finds in major European cities.
Foxes, badgers, deer, frogs, squirrels, herons — all who comes in human “nests” become models of Sam, reports Bored Panda.
Hobson specifically focused on just this subject — the urban wild animals. He says that the more you shoot in one direction, the more you learn about their facilities, and this, in turn, helps you to change the angle of view on usual things.
“I just sit here night after night and wait until we merge with the environment. Then curious animals themselves approach me to find out who I am,” says Hobson.
This photographer, like a disney Princess to wild animals.
Some of the “guests of the city” already know the person with the camera and do not consider him a threat.