The final photograph of the month for 2015 is part of the Arctic Fox project I have been working on for the last few years in a remote part of Iceland during the winter months. This male and female fox were huddled together near my snow blind for about an hour during some pretty serious weather last winter. The wind was howling and the snow was flying – the ideal conditions I look for when photographing Arctic and Antarctic wildlife. Photographing in these conditions is challenging, but the results are incredibly rewarding.
I will be returning to Iceland to finish this project early in the new year and will subsequently be releasing a small portfolio of prints and a limited edition book later next year to celebrate the completion of the project on what is one of Nature’s greatest survivors. The portfolio will be available early in the New Year with the book to follow around the middle of 2016.Don’t forget! You can win a free 13″ x 19″ Fine Art Print of this photograph including shipping anywhere in the world. All you need do is to be the first to comment on this post on the home page with your thoughts on why you like this photograph or why you would like to own a print of the image and then share the post with your preferred social media outlet.
This will be the final print giveaway for 2015. Over the course of the year I have given away more than a dozen prints (some months I sent out several prints) that have gone around the world and that have found their way onto the walls of homes and offices. The chance to give something back in 2015 has been something I have very much enjoyed and the feedback I have received from those who have won a print throughout the year has been incredibly fulfilling. I would very much to continue this series going forward, but due to a very heavy travel schedule next year I will just not have time to regularly make and send out the prints. As such, this will be final print give away for the foreseeable future – so don’t miss your last chance to own a fine art print from this contest.