Undercover in the Netherlands

Wildlife camouflage has been one of the most enduring subjects I have focused on in my career.  I really started shooting camouflage in the early nineties for a children’s book called Hiding Out for Crown Books and this work culminated in the 2005 book Vanishing Act.

Vanishing Act ended up being published internationally in several languages.  Images from the book have been the focus of untold magazine articles, including the latest, The Netherlands “Season” magazine. Click to view the PDF article.

4 Responses to “Undercover in the Netherlands”

  1. Ben Horne says:

    That is some very impressive camouflage. In most cases, I’ve seen foxes against green vegetation and they really stood out. I never thought of their orange coat as camouflage until seeing such an environment.

  2. Wow, great picture. Very impressive camouflage, cannot imagine that there is wolf already.

  3. Mike Putnam says:

    Stunning images, as I would expect from you! I love the photographic concept that seeing less of a subject makes it more alluring and in this case, more interesting. Thanks for the wonderful images.

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