National Geographic fotograaf Cory Richards maakt magnifieke natuurfoto’s

redactie 10 nov 2018 Entertainment

Cory Richards heeft bijna een miljoen volgers op Instagram. Op zich niet zo gek als je zijn bijzondere natuurfoto’s erbij pakt. Hij ging op allerlei expedities om de meest unieke taferelen vast te leggen met zijn camera. Hij heeft  al aardig wat hoge bergen beklommen, en dat was niet altijd zonder gevaar. 

Zo werd Cory bijna bedolven onder een lawine terwijl hij bezig was met fotograferen in Pakistan. Hij sprak over een ”near-death experience” waar hij later nog een trauma aan overhield. Deze man leeft voor de kunst van het fotograferen. Maar wees voortaan wel een beetje voorzichtig Cory! Wij krijgen het al koud van het bekijken van alleen al die foto’s Pak snel een kruidenbittertje uit je dressoir kast. Cheers!

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Big ups @adrianballinger @jimwmorrison @estebantopomena @nealbeidleman @pennkap @alpenglowexpeditions and the whole team for a massive effort! This team just sent Everest after Cho Oyu after a failed summit bid…..in three weeks. You guys are rockstars!!! Come home safe now, ya hear?! Photo of @adrianballinger on Everest 2016

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Inspired and excited. On assignment for @natgeoimagecollection

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These walrus in Franz Josef Land, Russia hate straws…for real. @zarialynn just challenged me to #stopsucking and I was like, "well, that's kind of a tall order…" But then I figured out she was talking about the @lonelywhale strawlessocean.org campaign to stamp out the needless use of plastic straws. Did you know Americans alone use 500 million plastic straws a day?!?! That's a lot of waste that uses precious resources to create and leaves heaps of plastics and micro-plastics floating in our oceans. Soooo, now I'm gonna challenge @ladzinski to #stopsucking as well. Let's make ourselves heard with this simple little adjustment and thoughtfulness in our day to day and learn more at strawlessocean.org

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Oh the places you'll go…. # EverestNoFilter @adrianballinger @eddiebauer @khumbuclimbingcenter @stravarun @hiballenergy @thejuniperfund

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All the high places. @freddiewilkinson @natgeo

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Produced in partnership with @vacheronconstantin //There is beauty that remains after we've stopped looking. Photography has forced me to go farther than I ever could've imagined. It's a reciprocal relationship where the effort expended is answered by the impact a picture has on me, and hopefully others. It's a privilege to leave a piece of myself in exchange for an image. To walk away from any landscape irrevocably altered is a gift for which I am eternally grateful. #OneOfNotMany #VCOverseas @vacheronconstantin @benjamineclementine @ora_ito, @jamesbaymusic, @philpoynter

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A snow petrel flies above snow drifts in the Wohlthat Mountains in Antarctica's Queen Maud Land. The landscape feels like it is from before time…something both quiet and harsh. I've never quite as exposed as I did on this trip. The Petrels were the only other life besides the four of us…and their curiosity towards us seemed limitless.

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@matocoexpeditions cresting the summit of Lhotse without oxygen, at exactly 27,940 ft. above sea level…Everest looms to the right with Cho Oyu just over his head in the distance.

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Little Auk sweep past curious eyes in Franz Josef Land, Russia. I spent 45 days with @natgeo and @natgeopristineseas with @andy_mann exploring the archipelago that lies 800 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Intact ecosystems give us a cohesive baseline from which we can gauge further impacts of climate change, offering an unobstructed view of the human footprint. @enricsala @paulroseexplorer

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Finding silly ways to occupy the prehistoric hunter….Er something’ dumb like that.

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Another from the vault. It’s rare to climb out of a place vs climbing to the top of something. Maybe it’s a matter of perspective. Or maybe I’m just thinking too much. Either way, it’s fun.

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BOZEMAN! I’ll be speaking next Thursday at the Emerson! 100% of proceeds goes to benefit children’s education in Central Asia. Event is at 7 and I’ll be speaking for an hour with Q&A to follow. It’s a deeply personal narrative with a hometown crowd….the scariest kind. That said, the more the better. Psyched to see you there. @centralasiainstitute

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Playing with walrus with @andy_mann @natgeo in Franz Josef Land, Russia.

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