BiB-Bilder  Edgar G. Biehle about me : 

 

 

Born in 1957, I was fascinated as a child by nature and wildlife. At age of 8 years I got my first Kodak film camera. While my classmates were on the football field, I strolled through the nearby woods and fields and make pictures of red-colored beetles and other animals which I just got in front of my camera. Football games however, I was never interested, rather I was fascinated by the stories of "Hermann Löns". In school, I took a place in a photo - society. Unfortunately, with the beginning of my professional life, my hobby moved in the background which I regret later very much.

Working as a nature and wildlifephotographer has always been my dream, but unfortunately it would take 35 years, before I could realize this. The  increasing destruction of our living space and my love of nature have to be moved  me to start with photographing again. End of 2009, I have therefore decided to put my professional work in the background and out of my former hobby became a mission. Now, I am many hours on the way in Nature with the camera and my Gordon Setter dog “Ronja”, where I record my impressions and encounters with wild animals in the picture.

With my pictures I would like to contribute, to preserve the view of the people to protect the beauty of nature and wildlife and deal respectfully with her. I am always looking for sponsors who support me in my work and give me the opportunity, to observe and photograph wild animals in their natural habitats. 
I would be delighted to hear from you.

 

Sincerely yours

Edgar G. Biehle

 

 

 

 

News 


Fog and ice


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Poor German Forest


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The German forest has nothing to do with nature, many forests are only tree fields and wood supplier, no animals, no plants only trees and moss on the ground. I took this pictures in a forest near the small town of Trossingen - Germany.

  

 

Crash with a buck



Today I had to dispose a beautiful yearling buck, as well in the urban area. Some not very smart drivers do not understand that in the city also a speed limit of 50 km / h at night applies and the local exit of Trossingen to Aldingen is no racetrack. Just at dusk, at night and in the early morning hours I would hope that the motorists would go something from the speed and drive more carefully, especially in rural areas. However, I believe the desire of be in vain, because what counts a buck.





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

               

 

 

 

 

All my pictures are copyrighted and may not be copied or otherwise reproduced or used without my permission. If you like my pictures, you can buy this from me, with licenses from my big thematically sorted Archives, acquire on the subject of nature and wildlife, hunting, hunting customs and agriculture. Just use the contactform on the third page for this or call me gladly. Part of mypictures you can also get via the links below.

 

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Photos and articles of my have been published in various daily newspapers, pet magazines, brochures, special exhibitions, on billboards, panels in natural parks, magazines and illustrated books.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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My Videos  

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Observations on a dead deer

 

A strong roebuck

 

Little Hedgehog Willibald

 

Review Dunlop Wellies

 

Apartment for the tawny owl

 

Fascination deer rutting

 

Observations on Birdhouse

 

 

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