WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

Once again this year, the Natural History Museum presents the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014 exhibition, with a selection of photographers from all over the world – and celebrates the 50 years of the competition.

Informative, entertaining and amazing would be the perfect terms to define this exhibition that will make you discover the wonders of nature as you have never seen before – be it through landscapes, details or time-lapse – the chosen photographers invite you to discover our planet thanks to their talent, whatever their age, but also thanks to their travel. Combining technology and history, these visuals depict a real passion for the natural world. More than 100 images are on display, each with narratives either explaining the conditions of shots or providing informations on the location or the species photographed. The aim is to highlight the beauty of the world, but also to learn more about it.

Allow at least two hours to enjoy this exhibition in its globality, a must-see ! It will be open to visitors until August 30th.

Photography: Richard Packwood – The greeting. Winner 2013
Natural History Museum: www.nhm.ac.uk



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