Limited time only: Get pro member benefits for less than $5/month. Access Classes, Stats, Priority Directory listing and more!Upgrade now
Andrew Walmsley

Andrew Walmsley



Why do I photograph animals? Why should I ever crawl out from under the covers and head to the freezing outdoors, hours before the sun even thinks about warming my back? Why should we care? Good questions. I believe that we have lost connection somewhere. We have lost empathy with the environment and all those cousins who share this unique little planet with us. It has become 'them and us'; we are no longer a part of their world, and they are not part of ours. We do, however, share so much with them, not only the air we breathe and the water we drink, but the ever-present struggle to survive in a changing, confusing and challenging world. We understand their needs, we know their desires, we share their aspirations - we just need to feel our connection. I believe that we all possess an incredibly strong affinity to wildlife, but our daily lives and stresses in our detached, concrete world has interrupted the flow between us and weakened our bonds with nature. I believe that photography has the power to rebuild our connections to our forgotten relatives, and allow empathy to replace the apathy that has crept between us in recent times. So please, take a closer look at my photos and take some time to really see the subject. You have more in common than you may think...
  • Nikon D700
  • Nikon D300s
  • Nikon 50 1.8
  • Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR
  • Nikon 300 2.8 VR2
  • Bags full of cables, camouflage and bits of string
Lucy Radford
Photos 27
Likes 322
Comments 10
Ari Hazeghi
Photos 464
Likes 73744
Comments 13417
Karen Summers
Photos 277
Likes 25789
Comments 10309
Tony House
Photos 162
Likes 8799
Comments 3001
Ron Yeadon
Photos 30
Likes 20
Comments 10
Jo Stevens
Photos 110
Likes 74
Comments 65
Zack Schnepf
Photos 155
Likes 135958
Comments 20265
Brad Goldpaint
Photos 43
Likes 30646
Comments 1630
Charles Glatzer
Photos 132
Likes 35593
Comments 7444