From sea eagles fighting in Japan to wild horses thundering through the Camargue in France, these are just two of the pictures set to go on show in a wildlife photo exhibition.
Other stunning shots due to be displayed by the British photographers include a cheetah with its six cubs and an elephant feeding, as well as a European Roller with its beak open after tossing up a grasshopper in Hungary.
Peter Jones, 74 from Nottinghamshire came up with the idea of the exhibition to highlight wildlife in its natural habitat around the world and how precious our ecosystem is.
Describing how he got his shot of the eagles fighting, he said: “This was taken in the north of Japan in their winter when these white-tailed eagles, also known as sea eagles, gather on the sea ice.
“We were in an ice strengthened ship in temperatures of minus 10 for three hours, when I spotted the two birds in a flap over the fish.”
Wildlife From Around the World, will include 72 pictures and runs for a month later this year at Patching Art Centre at Calverton, in Nottinghamshire.