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Philippe Clement

Philippe Clément spends most of his time in the great outdoors. His love of nature grew out of a passion for rock climbing, and his aim is to document species within their habitats. Since 1995, Philippe has travelled extensively, from the Alaskan tundra and Costa Rican cloud forests to the Kalahari and Sonoran deserts. His pictures have appeared around the world in exhibitions, calendars, postcards, books and magazines, such as BBC Wildlife magazine, National Geographic Traveler Magazine, WWF, Smithsonian, Encyclopedia Britannica, Barnes & Noble, Terre Sauvage, New Scientist, IUCN, Grasduinen, Ranger Rick and Natuurmonumenten among others. Closer to home, he is a regular contributor to the Publishing House Averbode, and also writes articles for Pasar and Bergen Magazine.

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Colourful tulips (Tulipa sp.) and Japanese cherry (Prunus serrulata) in flower garden of Keukenhof, the NetherlandsStriped parasol and elderly sunbathers in summer sunbathing on beach along the North Sea coast at Koksijde / Coxyde, BelgiumTourist taking picture of spiral staircase inside the lighthouse Phare des Baleines on the island Ile de Ré, Charente-Maritime, FranceCommon Starlings / European Starling (Sturnus vulgaris) foraging on bird table in garden during snow shower in winter, BelgiumStrange rock formations created by water erosion at the Orgues d'Ille-sur-Têt in the Pyrénées-Orientales, Pyrenees, FranceEarthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) in grassland, BelgiumParaglider in flight with red wing / canopy against blue cloudy sky, Brittany, FranceBarn owl (Tyto alba) in haystack / straw bale in barn, England, UKStatue of Jean Bart, naval commander and privateer and the belfry at Dunkirk / Dunkerque, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France