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Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the longest-running and most prestigious nature photography competition. Run by . Opens for entries 21 Oct 2019.
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EveningStandard Arts Sep 15
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year award is back to remind us of the beauty of the natural world
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New for : In a rare encounter, this lone male cheetah was set upon by a pack of African wild dogs. Peter Haygarth had been following the dogs by vehicle and witnessed a warthog escaping them just before they came across the big cat. Moments later, the cheetah escaped too.
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OneLess Sep 16
Enter our competition with for a chance to win two tickets to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at as part of our Hello London, initiative
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Replying to @LondonTown
Just so you know we open on the 18th October. Thanks for supporting the exhibition!
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Sep 16
A gentoo penguin – the fastest underwater swimmer of all penguins – flees for its life as a leopard seal bursts out of the water. Eduardo del Álamo shot this tense moment from his inflatable. The exhibition opens on Friday 18 Oct:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Sep 15
This time next month the awards will be underway! Stay tuned to stream the ceremony on Tuesday 15 October, and be among the first to know the Young and Grand Title winners. We'll be sharing live coverage on the night from the home of the competition, .
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Sep 13
New for : An ever-adaptable raccoon pokes her bandit-masked face out of a hole in a 1970s Ford Pinto at a deserted farm in this unique shot by Jason Bantle . Book tickets for our upcoming exhibition now:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Sep 12
When Richard Herrmann captured this image of a tiny juvenile Pacific butterfish he framed it against the backdrop of a huge jellyfish. It creates the illusion that the fish wading through a beautiful dreamscape.
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Sep 11
New for : In this haunting yet fascinating image we see the mortified remains of a 'zombie beetle' taken over by a Cordyceps fungus, framed by French photographer Frank Deschandol. See more of our stunning new images via our latest article:
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Sep 11
Just so you know, it's a Highly Commended image so it will definitely feature in our exhibition. We love it!
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Sep 10
: We've released some of the new Highly Commended images from , including this stunning shot of a brown-throated three-toed sloth in Panama's Soberanía National Park, taken by young photographer Carlos Pérez Naval. Discover more here:
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Evening Standard GO London Sep 10
Amazing images show both the beauty and vulnerability of the natural world for Photographer of the Year 2019
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de Volkskrant Sep 10
Schitterend, schattig, maar soms ook onverwacht wreed. Een greep uit de winnende foto's van de Wildlife Photographer of the Year
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We Animals Media Sep 10
Jo's image entitled "The wall of shame" has been Highly Commended in the Wildlife Photojournalism category of the prestigious competition! The overall winners will be announced on 15 October at the .
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Sep 9
Replying to @MrChrisGB @BBCAmos
Hi there, this is a little out of our remit but one of our ID experts may be able to tell you more about your find. We’d suggest reaching out via the info on this page:
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BBC Newsbeat Sep 9
Monday. Head to our Insta for our favourite photo entries 👉
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BBC News (UK) Sep 9
Stunning images shortlisted at Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition
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The Guardian Sep 8
Wildlife photographer of the year – highly commended images
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National Wool Museum Sep 8
And coming to the National Wool Museum on 23 December 2019...
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Jonathan Amos Sep 8
Replying to @NHM_WPY
Plenty of artistry to admire in the Highly Commended pictures which are released today. I love African wild dogs so I obviously love this from Peter Haygarth.
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