Winners from the Annual wildlife photographer of the year contest
The Annual Wildlife Photographer of the year contest was recently wrapped up. These breathtaking pictures show a serene side of the wildlife. Some come with a powerful message. This stunning black and white photo won the Wildlife Photographer of the
There were around 42,000 submissions from 96 different countries, a panel of judges selected some of the best images out there. This perfect picture was awarded Earth’s Environments (Winner)- "Apocalypse" by Francisco Negroni (Chile)
The World in Our Hands (Winner)- "The price they pay" by Bruno D’Amicis (Italy)
Overall Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year- "Stinger in the sun" by Carlos Perez Naval (Spain). The shortlisted images are currently on display at the Natural History Museum's special exhibit for the winners.
Mammals (Winner)- "The mouse, the moon and the mosquito" by Alexander Badyaev (Russia/USA)
Birds (Winner)- "Birds in time and space" by Bence Máté (Hungary)
Natural Design (Winner)- "Cardinal sparks" by Patrik Bartuska (Czech Republic)
15-17 years (Winner)- "The long embrace" by Anton Lilja (Sweden)
New Special Award: People's Choice- "Facebook update" by Marsel van Oosten (The Netherlands)?
Birds (Finalist)- "Touché" by Jan van der Greef (The Netherlands)
Underwater Species (Finalist)- "Little squid" by Fabien Michenet (France)
The World in Our Hands (Finalist)- "The longline lottery" by Rodrigo Friscione Wyssmann (Mexico)
11-14 years (Finalist)- Marc Montes (Spain)
15-17 Years (Finalist)- "Snowbird" by Edwin Sahlin (Sweden)