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Wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein has been photographing animals in the wild for almost thirty years – and he lives for the moment when he captures creatures in mid-air.
The conservationist and Exodus Travels (www.exodus.co.uk) guide has collected together some of his favourite recent images.
They range from leaping leopard cubs to tigers leaping in a play-fight.
He explains: “My work has taken me to all seven continents in pursuit of that ever-elusive ‘perfect’ photograph. I spend plenty of time trying to capture birds in my viewfinder, particularly when they are flying. However, one of my favourite themes is trying to capture creatures trying to fly that actually lack this faculty in their DNA.”
Paul will be running the daunting Everest Marathon in a tiger suit this year for the ‘Worth More Alive X’ tiger preservation charity. He will talk about the challenge at a Royal Geographical Society on 13 May: https://www.exodus.co.uk/RGS-worth-more-alive
Paul has run fifteen marathons in a tiger suit for charity. This year (2020) he will run the London marathon AND run the Mount Everest marathon wearing the tiger suit for the ‘Worth More Alive X’ tiger preservation charity.
Featuring: Paul Goldstein
When: 16 May 2018
Credit: Paul Goldstein/Cover Images
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