For last 8 years the renowned Dutch photographer Roeselien Riamond has been proving people with most stunning wildlife photos from the outskirts of tough terrains and harsh jungles. Looking at various photo galleries of her at all the major platforms you will find them truly captivating and calming experience. Roeselien brings this wildlife to epic beauty with her exceptional ability to capture their spirit on lens.
Her friendship with the wild animals specially foxes started out of curiosity to break the stereotypes and popular dogma about these cute creatures. In her collections you will find foxes in abundance as compared to other beautiful creatures.
“Light in the Darkness”
The darker and shorter the days get, the more I long for light, joy and innocence..
Love the simplicity of this photo. Beautiful.
This was one of the 1st foxes I met and it was love at first sight. Not least because of her radiant red coat and her hypnotising ‘Smokey Eyes.’ Unfortunately the fox is long gone, but the memories are forever and so is her portrait.
Really beautiful shot
“Chill Fox is Chillin'”
Don’t you wish you were chill like them…?
A disarming innocence, unconditional trust in life, universe and everything
Basking in the sun feels good, too.
“What Are U Looking At?!”
Yellow duckling and its just as cute yellow reflection..
Even after more than 8 years of following foxes…. they still have the ability to move me deeply.
The way they seem to look right through you…. The way they keep surprising me…. The way they (so wrongly…) trust our species, even trust us with their children..
“I’ve got Sunshine…”
“Here’s Looking At You”
Hedgehog in a colourful world.
Dance to trance of nature
A sweetness of light
“A New Dawn”
Every new day, new choices, new opportunities.
“Spread Your Wings”
Mute Swan Showing off
“Head up High”
Gosling, decorated by some pink plants along the border..
Snake Head’s Fritillary / Chess flower on a wonderful early morning.
Now this one looks great!
“Bumblebee on a Mission”
Did you know 6-10 million live among us; 90% of the animal life forms on Earth are insect.
Photo Credits @roeselienraimond