To coincide with the opening of the 57th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, the Natural History Museum have launched an exhibition to showcase the best photos from last year’s competition.
The event will give visitors a chance to immerse themselves in some of the most exiting photography in the world. Viewers will be transported to a variety of thrilling landscapes, to witness, up close, some of the most extraordinary species known to man.
The Natural History Museum show will showcases only a fraction of the thousands of entries received, with a panel of international experts deciding which photos make it to the exhibition.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition is the world’s oldest and most prestigious competition for photographers shooting creatures in their natural Habitat.
Open to photographers of all ages, nationalities, and abilities, the event annually draws tens of thousands of entries, with last year’s competition attracting a staggering 50,000 entries.
So, if you love nature photography, this is one exhibition that you will not want to miss.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition is at the Natural History Museum from the 16th of October 2020 until the 6th of June 2021. More information about the event can be found here.
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