Wild Arctic Fox Walks Up to Landscape Photographer to Check Out Camera

Swiss landscape photographer Stefan Forster was shooting in Greenland in September 2018 when he spotted a wild white Arctic Fox. After hiding and crawling for about 3,300 feet (~1,000m), Forster had a magical encounter with the beautiful fox that he captured in this 50-second video.

It seems the fox was curious about Forster’s camera equipment and decided to approach to give the Nikon gear a closer look (and sniff and nibble).

Here are a few other shots Forster captured as the meeting unfolded:

Forster is the owner and expedition leader of the photo school photocube.ch, which offers photography workshops all over the world. You can also find more of his work on his website and Instagram.

Image credits: Header video by Stefan Forster and via Storyful