Vincent MUNIER

Vincent MUNIER

Vincent Munier, wildlife photographer

Vincent Munier, wildlife photographer

Officially, no one was able to approach the White Wolf for 25 years. Vincent Munier, wildlife photographer, spent a month alone in the extreme Artic Tundra at the very north of Canada to photograph the rare and endangered animal —known as well as the Ghost of the Tundra.

Officially, no one was able to approach the White Wolf for 25 years. Vincent Munier, wildlife photographer, spent a month alone in the extreme Artic Tundra at the very north of Canada to photograph the rare and endangered animal —known as well as the Ghost of the Tundra.

Françoise BIGEARD  (wide collection of boards worth exploring)  Photo by Vincent Munier

Françoise BIGEARD (wide collection of boards worth exploring) Photo by Vincent Munier

http://www.franceinter.fr/emission-l-instant-m-vincent-munier-photographe-du-grand-nord

Vincent Munier, photographe du Grand Nord du 10 octobre 2014

http://www.franceinter.fr/emission-l-instant-m-vincent-munier-photographe-du-grand-nord

Tonight, we hunt. Photographed by ©Vincent Munier

Tonight, we hunt. Photographed by ©Vincent Munier

Vincent Munier

Vincent Munier

Officially, no one was able to approach the White Wolf for 25 years. Vincent Munier, wildlife photographer, spent a month alone in the extreme Artic Tundra at the very north of Canada to photograph the rare and endangered animal —known as well as the Ghost of the Tundra.

Officially, no one was able to approach the White Wolf for 25 years. Vincent Munier, wildlife photographer, spent a month alone in the extreme Artic Tundra at the very north of Canada to photograph the rare and endangered animal —known as well as the Ghost of the Tundra.

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© Vincent Munier

Vincent Munier

© Vincent Munier

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