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Marco Ronconi

Arctic fox, Hudson Bay, Canada. I was barely able to notice this Arctic Fox, perfectly blended with the snowy surroundings. I felt very very lucky because it was my first encounter with this beautiful creature and I was able to spend quite sometimes with her. Sometimes she stared at me opening just one eye but she seemed quite comfortable of my presence.

BIO: I’m a nature and wildlife photographer specialized in nordic wildlife and landscapes, I was born in 1984 and I'm based in northern Italy. My fine art prints have been exhibited in galleries and my images featured on magazines across Europe. My photographic vision focuses on capturing suggestions and emotions using light and elements such as snow, ice and myst. I try to celebrate the pristine beauty of a landscape or the fleeting encounter with wildlife, with simplicity, giving as much importance to the unseen and is left to the imagination. My approach to nature photography is more artistic and philosophical, than scientific. For me photography is not about a specific environment or animal species but rather about the way those opposite elements such as dark and bright or empty and full spaces, relate to each other creating a subtle yet very strong suggestion.

WEBSITE: marcoronconi.com
INSTAGRAM: @marcoronconi_
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Marco Ronconi
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http://www.marcoronconi.com/
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Arctic fox, Hudson Bay, Canada. I was barely able to notice this Arctic Fox, perfectly blended with the snowy surroundings. I felt very very lucky because it was my first encounter with this beautiful creature and I was able to spend quite sometimes with her. Sometimes she stared at me opening just one eye but she seemed quite comfortable of my presence. <br />
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BIO: I’m a nature and wildlife photographer specialized in nordic wildlife and landscapes, I was born in 1984 and I'm based in northern Italy. My fine art prints have been exhibited in galleries and my images featured on magazines across Europe. My photographic vision focuses on capturing suggestions and emotions using light and elements such as snow, ice and myst. I try to celebrate the pristine beauty of a landscape or the fleeting encounter with wildlife, with simplicity, giving as much importance to the unseen and is left to the imagination. My approach to nature photography is more artistic and philosophical, than scientific. For me photography is not about a specific environment or animal species but rather about the way those opposite elements such as dark and bright or empty and full spaces, relate to each other creating a subtle yet very strong suggestion. <br />
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WEBSITE: marcoronconi.com<br />
INSTAGRAM: @marcoronconi_