A couple of endangered primates won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018, a glowing reminder of what we could lose if we don’t protect the natural world. The story behind this and all winning photos.
2014’s top 10 nature photos from the Smithsonian
The best 60 pictures of the year selected by the Smithsonian magazine. Those in the “Natural World” category have that extra oomph, as always.
The Smithsonian magazine published the top 60 pictures of the eleventh Annual Photo Contest selected by its photo editors from over 50,000 entries submitted by photographers in 132 different countries. There are ten photos for each category: Natural World, Travel, People, Americana, Altered Images and Mobile. The latter is a new category.
Until 6th May readers can vote for their favourite photo. It is possible to vote once every 24 hours. The winners of each category and the Grand prize winner will be announced on 15th May.
Here are the ten photos selected for the “Natural World” category.
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The cheerful and funny side of the natural and animal world in the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2018. All finalists’ shots.
The winners of the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2018 have been announced. Here are the best pictures of the contest dedicated to photography in the world.
National Geographic has awarded the best nature photography from all over the world, to make us discover, with more conscious eyes, the wonders surrounding us. Here are all the winning photos.
Il mondo animale, oltre a essere affascinante, è anche buffo e divertente. Ecco le foto degli animali selvatici più divertenti del 2017 premiate dal Comedy wildlife photography awards.
Arctic, the last frontier is the title of a photographic exhibition displaying 120 pictures that will be held in Casa dei Tre Oci, Venice, from 15 January to 2 April.
Il Paese africano ha bruciato oltre una tonnellata di zanne e corni confiscati per esprimere la tolleranza zero per il bracconaggio.
Una nuova ricerca ha dimostrato che il contatto con la natura inibisce la formazione di pensieri negativi che possono sfociare in gravi patologie come la depressione.
People are increasingly committing themselves to protect one of the Planet’s most important pollinators: bees. And in Norway they are creating a green corridor exactly for them.