Many photographers spend their entire lives looking for that one perfect shot, but not everyone is fortunate enough to find it. However, some people don’t even need to look. They only have to take advantage of the opportunity when a rare time presents itself to them. This is the situation.
A reindeer calf was walking on a heavy layer of snow in Norway when photographer Mads Nordsveen from Oslo caught his attention. It almost got lost in the snow, to be perfectly honest, but despite that, it’s impossible to ignore such a lovely creature.
When this adorable tiny critter appeared out of nowhere, Nordsveen was in the mountains searching for attractive surroundings for a travel photograph. It drew extremely near to me, and we exchanged direct eye contact.
The reindeer chick wasn’t afraid of people despite its obvious disguise. It wasn’t planning on fleeing or harming a stranger. Naturally, the young boy’s friendly and outgoing personality instantly charmed Nordsveen over. Additionally, he skipped a few photo opportunities.
The 24-year-old photographer stated, “He seemed fairly relaxed when he saw that I was calm and nice. He appeared to be posing for the camera, nearly. He was amusing and really curious.
The happy encounter, however, did not truly continue long. Soon after, the calf’s mother showed there, and they split up right away.
After a short while, the mother reindeer of the young reindeer emerged from the trees directly behind them, he recalled. It continued to run around for a while before returning to its mother.
Nordsveen will, nevertheless, never forget this wonderful experience.
The man continued, “It was a truly lovely and fairytale moment. “Perhaps we’ll cross paths again someday.”
In the wild, white reindeer are incredibly uncommon. They are easily distinguished from albinos despite having flawless white fur because these endearing animals still have some dark pigmentation in their eyes and antlers. In actuality, a rare genetic abnormality renders them colorless by removing the pigment from their fur.