About Us

Capture lizards at the campsite in France. Fishing along the beautiful rivers. As a young child I was already fascinated by nature.

With a camera I was able to capture special moments.

The Story

My first long trip went to India in 2010. A woman with a big heart, Kumari, let me experience the real India. I came close to the water buffalo on the rice fields, the green vine snake and elephants in the jungle.

In the following years, together with my partner, I captured the beautiful moments in nature and interaction between humans and animals.

Jonne Seijdel

Jonne Seijdel

Designer / Photographer

In 2011 I graduated from the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. As a freelance photographer and visual designer, I work for various clients such as the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Wageningen University.

Gaby Farla

Gaby Farla

Videographer / Youth Care Advisor

Research into mutual interactions and vulnerable individuals go perfectly with my passion for filming. Together with Jonne the challenge is to create a total experience through images.

WIDE Children's Home

Making the world a little better.

With sales through this webshop I support the work of Kumari in Tiruvannamalai, India. For each sale 5% of the proceeds goes to the Wide Childrens Home.

Kumari, together with her husband Xavier, daughter Priya and son Babaloo, offers a warm home to 30 children who cannot live in their own environment anymore. The Wide Childrens home contributes with many other projects to the training and self-reliance of fellow human beings.

WIDE Children's Home

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Warning! I made pictures of some strange creatures. See for yourself.

I think mangrove is one of the most beautiful types of nature. They are very important for biodiversity because the shelter often makes it a breeding ground for fish and birds. And the more animals the better, there is something to discover under every stone or branch 👀
During our trip through the Thar desert we passed many small villages. Houses in these villages are often mud huts with a thatched roof. As a result, you get a very special light every now and then. With our hostess in the photo we had a chai and talked about life in the desert.
What do you think of this spotted owlet? It is a small owl of less than 20 cm that lives in the Thar desert in Rajasthan, India. Have you ever seen such penetrating eyes? They are such intriguing animals.
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Hoi 👋 Je kunt me hier vinden als je vragen hebt. Ik help je graag! 😊
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