De 14-jarige zoon van Steve Irwin maakt de vetste foto’s van wilde dieren

redactie 16 nov 2018 Entertainment

The Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin is al een tijdje niet meer onder ons. De onverschrokken baas zorgde ervoor dat wij dagelijks afstemden op Animal Planet. Zo vader, zo zoon, want Robert Irwin is ook helemaal into dieren. De 14-jarige jongen legt ze vast met zijn camera en zijn foto’s zijn bewonderingswaardig mooi. 

Robert won al eens een award met zijn wildlife-foto’s. Da’s niet zo gek, want deze gast barst van het talent. Via zijn website en sociale media deelt hij regelmatig nieuwe dierenkiekjes. Ook hij is niet zo snel bang te krijgen. Zo had hij leeuwen, spinnen en slangen voor de lens.

We zijn benieuwd hoe deze guy zich verder gaat ontwikkelen. Want als je dit nu al kan… wat zou hij dan over pakweg twintig jaar doen? Wij hebben in ieder geval heel veel respect voor Robert en zullen hem trouw blijven volgen. Check hieronder zijn kiekjes.

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Still can’t believe we got to see this! A mother hyena delicately carrying a little newborn cub back to the den. I loved hearing the babies’ little squeaks! #SouthAfrica

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This image has been selected as Highly Commended in Wildlife Photographer of The Year Awards, the most prestigious photography competition in the world. So honoured! I spent a month visiting a remote swamp in northern Queensland to get this shot of a huntsman spider devouring a frog and was very excited that it is one of the only times this has been recorded. Watch for my image touring in the @nhm_wpy exhibition with the best nature photos of 2018. It will be in 60 museums in 6 continents.

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Another shot from my recent African photography expedition. Leopards would have to be my favourite cat to photograph. From their immaculately beautiful appearance to their intelligent personalities, I just find them so special! #SouthAfrica

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A lilac-breasted roller taking flight! These colourful characters are like living rainbows in the African bush 🌈 #SouthAfrica

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I really enjoy capturing the loving bond between lionesses and their cubs. I love showing the other side of predators like lions. They may be honed hunters, but they are also so caring and affectionate. #SouthAfrica

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#TortoiseTuesday 🐢 I love our giant Aldabra tortoises and our big boy, Jarvis, isn’t shy when it comes to getting the perfect close up. He is one handsome tortoise! #AustraliaZoo #VisitSunshineCoast

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So thrilled that my image of a Tundra Swan has been selected as highly honoured in the Windland Smith Rice International Awards. It will be part of this fall’s Smithsonian Exhibition and published in the 2018 Fall/Winter Special Collectors’ Edition of ‘Nature’s Best Photography Magazine’ next month. #WindlandSmithRiceAwards

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It’s my favourite time of year for Koalas @australiazoo 🐨 Our adorable little Koala joeys are getting to the age where they are able to venture out of their mum’s pouch and explore their home. This little one is Maple, she’s taking a piggy back ride around her enclosure! #VisitSunshineCoast #ThisisQueensland #SeeAustralia

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Happy #WorldLizardDay 🦎One of our big male chameleons showing off his gorgeous, bright colours @australiazoo 🌿

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I really ‘jumped’ at the chance to photograph this little guy! 😂 The #SteveIrwinWildlifeReserve has so many different types of jumping spiders with new species being discovered every year!

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Australia’s iconic #GreatBarrierReef is home to some of the most amazing Marine Wildlife. I captured this Image of an eagle ray shadowing a green sea turtle on a recent photography expedition to the spectacular @ladyelliotislandecoresort 🐢 They were so beautiful to watch! #seeaustralia #thisisqueensland

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After rescuing this baby carpet python off a road, I took the opportunity to take a few photos of this spectacular snake! 🐍 #VisitSunshineCoast

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These wild lion cubs are so hilarious! I couldn’t help but laugh when photographing all of the antics and expressions of these adorable animals! 🦁 #WildlifeOfAfrica #SouthAfrica

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Roadblock #SouthAfrica style. 🐊

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Happy 4th of July to everyone in the US! 🦅🇺🇸

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Was so thrilled to finally capture a photo of a leopard in a tree! This is a sighting I have always wanted to experience and on our recent trip to #SouthAfrica we found this large male resting on a limb in the afternoon sun.

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