Swedish Photographer Becomes Online Hit With Incredible Wildlife Snaps

This is the moment a Swedish nature photographer enters the woods in camouflage and takes snaps of a fox den to add more spectacular snaps to his already incredible wildlife collection.

Olle Nilsson, 26, from the Swedish city of Linkoping, works in an electrical shop, but gets up at 3.50am every day to take part in his passion, nature photography.

He shares the images on social media and boasts 825,000 followers on TikTok and 120,000 on Instagram.

In an exclusive interview with Newsflash, Nilsson said he has been photographing wildlife in nearby forests for around five years.

Credit: @ollenilssonen/Newsflash

He added: “When I first started out, I didn’t do any wildlife photography at all. I got my first camera six years ago and didn’t use it much until I tried photographing a few cars and landscapes and thought it was great fun.”

Inspiration struck a year later and Nilsson now aspires to work as a wildlife photographer full time.

He said: “I do it out of love. I also really enjoy being outside. I get to see what the birds are doing and all the other animals, it is the happiest thing.”

Nilsson, who lives with his partner Lisa and one-year-old Algo, said he gets up at 3.50am most days to take photographs of the wildlife in his area.

Nilsson said: “I started on TikTok a year ago and I’m super proud of the work I have done. Every day I wake up at 3.50am to put content up.”


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Story By: Darko ManevskiSub-Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency:  Newsflash

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