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Tigers are amazingly beautiful predators. The textures on their fur and their behaviour are fascinating. From a distance, they look cuddly, like big cats that can jump right into your lap. The teeth and nails quickly make you decide that it is better not to get too close after all. Anyway, these two tigers were very sweet to each other and I was lucky to capture this with my camera.
In any case, it also resulted in a sweet photo for the VillaJoepCollection 2022.
I am going to donate all the proceeds from this photo (my commission) to the Villa Joep Foundation. So I sincerely hope you order something beautiful from this special Villa Joep Collection for charity!
This artworks is offered by FotoGraaG Hanneke
I got photography from home. It was my father's hobby. In my youth he had his own darkroom to develop his photos. Later I started to photograph myself with an analogue camera. In the meantime it has made way for a digital SLR camera. No more photo rolls, but unlimited cutting. I photograph all kinds of things.
B12 Deficiency and Thin Fiber Neuropathy (DVN) threw some soot in the food in terms of possibilities. Now I briefly go out with my scooter or wheelchair and take my camera with me or look for it closer to home in the garden, so I can still take nice pictures. Again and again I see nice things to capture. I like to share all that beauty and who knows, there might be a nice picture for you on your wall!
With my photography I also want to draw attention to B12 Deficiency and DVN. I am very happy with the cooperation between the B12 institute and Erasmus MC, Department of Clinical Chemistry. They founded the B12 Institute Research Foundation.
Because I would like to support this Foundation with their good and important work, I would like to donate 10% of my commission from the sale of my photos to them. So when you buy a picture of my hand for on your wall, you help to raise awareness of (h)recognition and treatment of B12 Deficiency. DVN can be the cause of, among other things, untreated B12 Deficiency.