Italian nature photographer Giuliano Scarparo observed and photographed a wonderful species in Poland: the White-tailed Eagle. Find out more about his adventure and watch the inspiring video.
In the forests of Poland, you can find an exciting wildlife. In late autumn, I had the opportunity to explore the area of Gostynin and its famous White-tailed Eagles with my SWAROVSKI OPTIK CL Companion 10x30.
I spent six days in a small shed, more than ten hours a day, to be able to observe these beautiful animals. White-tailed Eagles are very shy, so the observation was not easy.
Moments of cold and tiredness accompanied me on this journey, but the White-tailed Eagles fascinated me so much. Their power and elegance are breathtaking and this experience was very emotional and unique.
Born in Padua in 1991, Giuliano has loved photography since he was a child. Over the last few years, he has specialized in nature photography. His photos have been published in various magazines, including Digital Camera, Foto Cult and Outdoor Photography, which featured him on the cover.
"My goal has always been to capture unique and unforgettable moments. In wildlife, I always find situations that catch my attention, may it be a look or a striking movement. Wildlife photography always manages to convey unique emotions, which remain imprinted in my mind. That is what I try to communicate in my shots.”