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Lake Baikal gallery

October 2020: Russia’s Lake Baikal is a winter wonderland. It is the largest freshwater lake on our planet (by volume) and the world’s deepest lake, 1,642 meters (5,387 feet). Take a look what Ingo could photograph last winter in our new online gallery here.

New publications

October 2020: We had some very nice publications this month in magazines like Terra Mater, BBC-Wildlife, VIEW or bienen & natur.

Canon Europe again

August 2020: After presenting Ingo's work on wild living honeybees, Canon Europe published a nice online story about his award winning puma story. Take a look here.

Canon Europe

July 2020: Canon Europe published a wonderful online story about Ingo's work on wild living honeybees. Take a look here.

SWR1 Leute interview

June 2020: Ingo was on German SWR1 Radio today, talking with Nicole Koester about his projects "Pumas of Patagonia" and "Honeybees". The show was also filmed. Take a look here.

GEO Magazine Finland cover story

May 2020: Our story "The Pumas of Patagonia" was published as the cover story in GEO Magazine Finland. Hopefully we can travel back to Patagonia soon and visit our beloved pumas...

New publications

April 2020: Our stories on pumas and wild living honeybees receive a lot of attention around the world. Many magazines published stories about the projects.

Back home from Patagonia

March 2020: After five wonderful months in Patagonia we had to return to Germany. As soon as the coronavirus disappears and everything is back to "normal", we will return to South America and finish the project we have startet. Stay safe and healthy!

New story worldwide in National Geographic Magazine

February 2020: After two years of shooting our new project on honeybees, it is now published worldwide in National Geographic Magazine, March issue 2020. Some country issues published it as a cover story. Get a copy if you can! The story is also online available here.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards Ceremony

October 2019: Ingo was honored with three awards at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards Ceremony at the Natural History Museum in London (here with presenter Chris Packham). The WPY competition is the most prestigious competition for wildlife photography in the world. More information here. (Photo © The Trustees of the Natural History Museum)

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Honey bee book in English

We are proud to announce that our latest book “Wild Honey Bees” will be available in English soon. If you live in the North America, South America or the Caribbean, you can order your copy here. For everywhere else in the world, please order here.