Dogographies

Many of us are easily amazed by wildlife photography. Growing up in crowded cities, we see exotic animals in the zoos but it’s really rare to actually have a chance to see animals in the wild, running free without a care in the world. However, for some people, it’s a regular day’s work.

Legendary National Geographic photographer Vincent J. Musi started his career 38 years ago with a series of internships but being a talented photographer, he was offered a chance to work as a contributor for the National Geographic magazine. And that’s how his already 26-year journey began. Known for his spectacular wildlife photographs, he has traveled the world to capture the mesmerizing beauty of lions, tigers, and bears. Let’s admit that it’s something most of us don’t usually do!

Ed, 2018

Ed, 2018

Nessie, 2018

Nessie, 2018

Scout, 2017

Scout, 2017

Ellie Mae, 2017

Ellie Mae, 2017

Zorro, 2018

Zorro, 2018

Ozzie, 2017

Ozzie, 2017

Monty, 2018

Monty, 2018

Harry, 2018

Harry, 2018

Sadie, 2018

Sadie, 2018

Ryder⁣⁣, 2019

Ryder⁣⁣, 2019

Ellie, 2017

Ellie, 2017

Daria, 2018

Daria, 2018

Louie, 2018

Louie, 2018

Boo Radley, 2018

Boo Radley, 2018
Mercy, 2017