Wild Wonders of Europe Newsletter
|Missions completed so far:||115||Pictures online:||Over 2000|
|Photographers in the field:||1||Entries for July photo comp:||Over 850|
|Missions remaining in 2009:||0||Voting for July:||Open|
|Posts to the Wild Blog||550||Images in our archives ||120,110|
says Wild Wonders of Europe Managing Director, Staffan Widstrand. “Our photographers have done a wonderful job. Now we are all excited about the final 10 submissions. They will bring whales and other marine life from the Azores, turtles from Turkey and river otters and dolphins from Scotland!”
For two weeks now a team of three staff are checking the files from more than 45 European countries in order to make them easily available to clients and partners. You will soon see more of them in our online galleries.
Our photographers have been busy shooting and writing this summer. We have dozens of great blogs waiting in line to be published. Pictures from the field include Mooray Eels from Monaco, corncrake and coastal birdlife from Ireland, Italian Cave Salamanders from San Marino and many more to be posted soon! Don’t miss them at the wildBLOG.
Check our National Geographic web gallery and enjoy a portfolio of images from Wild Wonders of Europe.
40 new galleries of ours will be added here soon! Two new galleries will then come up every month with 10-15 images each.
Lead by Bridget Wijnberg we are getting closer to bringing the fantastic Wild Wonders of Europe Outdoor Exhibition to key cities in Europe in spring 2010. Latest high-level meetings in the above mentioned capitals have been very promising.
If you are interested in bringing this event to your city, please don’t hesitate to contact us any time! It will bring you millions of visitors!
Individual visits to our site went up by 47% last month, and reached an all time high in mid July.
Thanks to everyone for spreading the word!
Karolina Eljas has been helping for months now with our ever growing image archive and will keep up her good work for Wild Wonders of Europe as a full staff member now.
A first big thank you to Lena Sundkvist, our office manager for almost 2 years, who is now sailing on for new challenges in the photographic world.
Another big thank you to Karin Wehlin, who is leaving her operational Directorship in the company and will now become a member of our board of Senior advisors.
Wild Wonders of Europe directors Staffan Widstrand and Florian Möllers will present a smashing preview of the project’s imagery at several festivals this fall.
Wild Wonders of Europe is invited to present at the WILD9 World Wilderness Congress in Mérida, México in November. Staffan will hold one of the keynote speeches.
Florian will give a presentation at the “Fotofestival Wattenmeer” in Husum/Germany on September 19. Also on stage: Wild Wonders of Europe photographer Manuel Presti.
…and our many other very important partners for their generous contributions and support! All without which this epic conservation photography project would never have been possible.