Sylvain Cordier, a photographer based in La Rochelle, France, has captured a photo series that is raw and full of color. Appropriate considering his subject matter, the images allow people to imagine that they were on the snowy plains of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. It is hard to determine what is better, Sylvain Cordier's shots of a family of polar bears or the stunning sunset just behind them.
Considering that Sylvain Cordier captures the polar bears enjoying the show themselves, it is safe to say that people will be enjoying the scenes in their entirety. He reveals, "One evening it got to about 6.30pm and I knew a sunset was imminent. I positioned my boat in the hope the bears would move in the right direction and then it all just happened by chance really."
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Photographer Sylvain Cordier Captures a Family Enjoying the Sunset
- By: Meghan YoungJan 21, 2014