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“Just like I would with a wilder place, I’ve built up a map of all the different places I could find and photograph wildlife,” Gregory says. It was really, really cool.” “Most of us will never see a polar bear, will never see a lion,” he concludes.
“Modern day society is so disconnected from nature.
Some of Gregory’s photos may look like they were shot in the wilderness, but he finds animals such as deer and falcons in the heart of cities like London.
talk in which photographer Bertie Gregory shares stories about his adventures in capturing wild animals on camera in England’s urban jungles.
National Geographic has selected the winning photos of 2016 for its prestigious Travel Photographer of the Year photo contest.
The grand prize photo, captured by Anthony Lau and shown above, is titled "Winter Horseman" and shows a horseman at work in Inner Mongolia.