Forests are home to some of the most life on the planet, and it’s fitting, as the oxygen generated by plants and trees is essential for much of the life on Earth. Although large portions of the world have been deforested to make way for industry and settlements, there are still major forests around the globe that act as national parks, tourist destinations, havens for life and resources and more.

For photographers, forests are great locations to shoot, because the trees can dissipate the light even during the harsher daytime and allow for great photographs. Also, forests are full of life ranging from small bugs and birds to large mammals such as bears, deer and more.

The key to great forest photography is, like most photography, patience. It’s easy to scare wildlife away with a lot of impatient moves and photos, but for the patient photographer, the rewards can be breathtaking:

Fly Agaric in forest By Stefan Holm

Autumn garden By Edwin Kats

That Same Other World By Lars van de Goor

Realm of the Deer By Alex Saberi

Huerto del Cura (Elche) By Zeus 74

To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before By Lars van de Goor

Fall on Fire By Lars van de Goor

o OoO Oo o o By bug eye ๐Ÿ™‚

Gros Ventre Sunset By Matt Anderson

Gregory Canyon Overlook By Russ Shugart

sweetmeat By bug eye ๐Ÿ™‚

Yummy By Nobby

Swords of light By Ingrid Lamour

Boletus By Oliver ล vob

Red For Rest By Lars van de Goor

Big Dreamers Never Sleep By Philippe Sainte-Laudy

Paradise Forest By Marc Adamus

Back to Nature By The Photo Fiend

the guard of forest by shade-pl

Forest life By Crawford Taylor

Mother’s Love By Nobby

Come with me ! By bug eye ๐Ÿ™‚

The enchanted trail By Jorge Maia

The Howling! By Sue Demetriou

Golden Path By Ben Goode

Untitled By Eirik Havre

Trees in The Mist By Mario Moreno

Deep Forest By Alida Jorissen

Fรฉerie d’hiver By Nicolas LB

breaktrough By Walter Hirzinger

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