Photographer Sylvain Cordier photographed a family of polar bears enjoying the sunset. I suggest you watch this magnificent spectacle, where nature is revealed at its best.
Sylvain Cordier, a photographer based in La Rochelle, France, took some amazing photos of polar bears at sunset. If you look at these images for a long time, you will feel as if you yourself were on the snowy plains of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. It is difficult to unequivocally determine which of the species is better — whether it is a family of polar bears, or a beautiful sunset that literally absorbs the entire frame. In any case, photographer Sylvain Cordier was able to convey this amazing picture to us and we can admire it endlessly.
This picture of polar bears was taken completely by accident, and the author did not distract them from their usual activities. He says: “One evening, around 6:30 pm, I went to photograph the sunset. Seeing the bears, I stopped my boat in the hope that they would move in the right direction. And then everything happened really by chance and these wonderful shots turned out.
Cordier spent three weeks on the boat observing the mother and her two large cubs and photographing their daily routine. Judging by how calmly they sit and watch the sunset, it’s obvious that the bears have become accustomed to the shutter sounds of the 67-year-old photographer’s camera.