Female Nature Photographer: Perdita Petzl from Austria
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Born in 1975 and in love with nature ever since. As a child, I was a proud and enthusiastic owner of numerous photo books on the subject of nature. In 2010, I started with photography myself and I am self-taught. At the moment, my focus is on macro and wildlife photography - above all, strictly protected species. The European ground squirrel or European hamster are very important subjects to me.

Big Hurry - A European hamster running along its usual path. As a synanthropic species hamsters, nowadays, find some of their last refuges in undeveloped areas in the city.

Female Nature Photography is a website community of nature photographers for women. It showcases the latest work by female photographers from all over the world and provides resource and inspiration to help more women achieve recognition for their photography. Wild Planet Photo Magazine is a creative partner of Female Nature Photography.

European Hamster (Cricetus cricetus), Austria • Canon 5D Mk III, Canon EF 300mm, f/4, 1/1250sec, ISO 2500

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