On assignment for Geopark The South Fyn Archipelago

Dovns Klint in Langeland, part of Geopark South Funen Archipelago. Photo: Mikkel Jézéquel

In the spring of 2020, we are working on an exciting task.
We are on assignment photographing for Geopark The South Fyn Archipelago, who need pictures for their many different information materials.

Geopark The South Funen Archipelago is working to be designated as UNESCO Global Geopark because of their exciting nature types, shaped by the ice age.

We photograph beautiful landscapes and geological phenomena of the geopark, and you can see.

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Read the article: Portrait of the hare in the West Coast Magazine

First edition of (The West Coast Magazine) 2020 is now published with pictures by Mikkel Jezequel and article by Kamilla Husted Bendtsen about the hare in Denmark.

Read about the exciting and shy animal that has long been threatened with extinction but whose numbers are now said to be stable.

You can read the entire magazine for free online.

Click here and get directly to the post about the hare by Alopex Media. (Danish only, sorry.)

The little ant won!

This week photographer Mikkel Jezequel's picture of this little ant won the Magical Macro competition at the big international Wild Planet Photo Magazine!

Many exotic photos participated, so we are very proud. The picture tells the story of the ants and aphids. The ants "keep" aphids - almost like farmers keep cows. Here is a small ant with its flock of aphids inside a rolled-up leaf. The ant protects the aphids from predators such as ladybugs and other insects, in return the ant "milks" the aphids for the sweet liquid honeydew. A smart alliance in nature!

Read more about Wild Planet Photo Magazine here.