Award-Winning Nature and Wildlife Photography by Burrard-Lucas

This is a special edition and a first on PxlEyes: we have the pleasure of presenting 50 of the most incredible wildlife photos taken by a group, formed of two talented photographers. They’re called Burrard – Lucas and they are brothers! With numerous awards for their work, the young brothers from the UK had the privilege of traveling to many remote and wild locations from around the world. Their images were displayed in the Natural History Museum in London and the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC. The main goal of their portofolio is to inspire people and encourage them to preserve the beautiful nature with its amazing flora and fauna. That’s why we also love the idea of displaying a showcase that rises from all the passion for a pure and better life, for nature!

Leopard Cub

Leopard Cub

Red-eyed Tree Frog

Red-eyed Tree Frog

Eyelash Pit Viper

Eyelash Pit Viper

King Penguins

King Penguins

Wildebeest Crossing

Wildebeest Crossing

Sunbathing Lemur

Sunbathing Lemur

Pygmy Leaf Chameleon

Pygmy Leaf Chameleon

Golden-brown Mouse Lemur

Golden-brown Mouse Lemur

Kangaroo Hopping

Kangaroo Hopping

Flap-necked Chameleon

Flap-necked Chameleon

Kalahari Meerkat

Kalahari Meerkat

Baby Orangutan

Baby Orangutan

African Elephant

African Elephant

Playful Elephant Seal

Playful Elephant Seal

Meerkat Family

Meerkat Family

Giant Anteater

Giant Anteater

Caiman Eating a Fish

Caiman Eating a Fish

Three Lion Cubs

Three Lion Cubs

Galapagos Flycatcher

Galapagos Flycatcher

Cape Buffalo

Cape Buffalo

Green Iguana

Green Iguana

Bear by Lake

Bear by Lake

Snoozing Monkey

Snoozing Monkey

Wombat Mouth

Wombat Mouth

Arctic Fox Cub

Arctic Fox Cub

Walrus Face

Walrus Face

Sally Lightfoot Crab

Sally Lightfoot Crab

Tree Frog

Tree Frog

Albatross Courtship Ritual

Albatross Courtship Ritual

Bat Curve

Bat Curve

Llama, Machu Picchu

Llama, Machu Picchu

Japanese Macaques

Japanese Macaques

Caiman

Caiman

Playful Hyena

Playful Hyena

Strawberry Poison-dart Frog

Strawberry Poison-dart Frog

Rusty-spotted Genet

Rusty-spotted Genet

Wide-angle Komodo Dragon

Wide-angle Komodo Dragon

Otter

Otter

Muddy Elephant

Muddy Elephant

Sifaka Jump

Sifaka Jump

Grey-headed Lovebirds

Grey-headed Lovebirds

Kingfisher on Beach

Kingfisher on Beach

Leaf-tail Gecko on Bark

Leaf-tail Gecko on Bark

Day Gecko Head

Day Gecko Head

Radiated Tortoise

Radiated Tortoise

Leopard Stare

Leopard Stare

Baby Gorilla

Baby Gorilla

Adult Gorilla Eating a Fern

Adult Gorilla Eating a Fern

Chimp Calling

Chimp Calling

Male Peacock

Male Peacock

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Giulia is a 25 year old girl from Romania. She runs a blog dedicated to cute animals on furrytalk.com. She's also an amateur photographer and has a passion for Photoshop.

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14 Responses:

  1. javier c. says:

    Congratulations, awesome job, thanks a lot for the effort : )

    ( 2 years and 322 days ago )
  2. BBakeca Brescia says:

    Great job! The pictures look amazing!

    ( 2 years and 322 days ago )
  3. Ralph Smith says:

    Awesome photography, love the bat curve!

    ( 2 years and 322 days ago )
  4. Kevin Gorss says:

    Very beautiful photography! like it too much! Thanks for this sharing:)

    ( 2 years and 321 days ago )
  5. Kevin says:

    Amazing Photography! like it!

    ( 2 years and 321 days ago )
  6. bycostello says:

    great images

    ( 2 years and 321 days ago )
  7. BugEye says:

    Great pics!

    FYI – Male Peacock is redundant, all peacocks are male. The species is called peafowl. The female is a peahen.

    The snoozing monkey is also a macaque.

    The not-so-green green iguana is a male in mating colors.

    Thanks for sharing.

    ( 2 years and 321 days ago )
  8. sidnei says:

    Loved them!

    ( 2 years and 320 days ago )
  9. Dinoraptor101 says:

    Magnificent work of art!! I have never seen so much wonderful shoots in a long long time!!

    =O Please keep this blog running!!

    ( 2 years and 317 days ago )
  10. Sara Brown says:

    This is something a mind blowing photography, Much appreciated work by photographer. Thanks :) Looking for more post like this.

    ( 2 years and 317 days ago )
  11. astho says:

    this is wow!!!

    ( 2 years and 314 days ago )
  12. Anonymous says:

    why no insects

    ( 2 years and 242 days ago )
  13. JC says:

    Pretty cool. I really like the Wildebeest one, not only for its general coolness, but also to the right of the line in the water, there is what appears to be a HUGE crocodile just waiting to snatch one.

    ( 2 years and 189 days ago )
  14. Glen Webber - NZ Birder says:

    Truly beautiful wildlife photography.
    Great post!

    Cheers,
    Glen.

    ( 2 years and 97 days ago )

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