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Pantanal, Land of Jaguars. By Ossian Lindholm

The Jaguar, feared and admired by American cultures, protected by biologist and conservancy groups, hated by stockbreeders, threatened by the loss of territory, trophy of hunters, and sought after by the photographers. The Jaguar, Yaguareté or American Tiger (Panthera Onca), is the largest feline on the American continents and the third largest in the world. …read more

Photographing Birds in Flight Part 2 by Ossian Lindholm

Andean Condor. Perito Moreno Glacier, Los Glaciares National Park. Province of Santa Cruz. Patagonia Argentina. Nikon D810 + Sigma 150-600 f/14 1/2000 ISO640 @600mm The Andean Condor, a majestic bird with a 10 ft, ( 3 meters) wingspan and a body mass that can exceed 26.5 lbs, (12 kg) Sexual maturity occurs at the age …read more

Photographing Birds in Flight: Part 3 by Ossian Lindholm

It is impossible to pretend to desire good results in a sustainable way without knowing photographic techniques. Thus, it is essential to know our camera in depth and the digital technology available when photographing birds in flight. Ecuador’s Cloud Forest is a region with abruptly changing topography wrapped by thick fog for at least part of the day. It is a region …read more

Photographing Whales by Ossian Lindholm

Photographing whales in Peninsula Valdés – Patagonia, Argentina – is a unique experience. These huge mammals, about 15 meters long and weighing 40 tons, swimming near the boat and framed by the rugged scenery of the Patagonian coast creates a combination of landscape and marine wildlife difficult to match. Southern Right Whale. (Eubalaena australis) Puerto Pirámides. …read more

Photographing birds in flight Part 1 by Ossian Lindholm

The swallow-tailed gull is a nocturnal gull, resulting in the size of its eyes. This gull is endemic (*) to Galapagos Islands although it can be seen on the mainland coast of Ecuador and Peru. Their main food is squid when they rise up to the ocean surface at night. (*)Endemic species: Is one whose …read more

8 Reasons the Galapagos Islands are Worth the Trip

Adventure seekers, nature lovers, wildlife photographers—we’re all drawn to the extraordinary Galapagos Islands. If you’ve never been, you must go. Here are our top reasons why you’ll find this remote archipelago a photographer’s paradise—and want to start planning a Galapagos photo tour today. 1. It’s a truly magical destination with many names. It’s official name …read more

5 Must-See Places in the Galapagos

  While scouting our Galapagos photo tour this past summer, I had a chance to experience firsthand why these islands are so magical. I am sharing my favorite places on the islands here, so you can get a taste of all the Galapagos have to offer.   1. Punta Moreno on Isabela Island: Here, you can …read more

An Interview with Photography Tour Instructor Ossian Lindholm

A renowned nature photographer from Tucuman, Argentina, Ossian Lindholm is Travel Vision Journey’s photography tour leader extraordinaire. A photographer, teacher, and documentary filmmaker, Ossian is dedicated to capturing, preserving, conserving, sharing, and sustaining the landscape, nature and culture of the countries where we travel  in their most pristine states. 1. How long have you been …read more

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