Sikkim is a hilly State in north-east India. Surrounded by villages that attracts outsiders thanks to its soothing calmness and natural beauty.
Top 100 unmissable wildlife photos to be exhibited in Milan until December
Top 100 wildlife photos of the 2014 edition will be exhibited in Milan from 9 October to 23 December at the Fondazione Luciana Matalon, in the surroundings of the Sforza Castle.
Nowadays, every art form or pseudo-artistic work is transmitted on the Internet first. So, in the last few months, it must have happened to you to find some of the pictures that participated in the fiftieth edition of the Wildlife photographer of the year competition, created in 1965 and organised by the Natural History Museum of London with BBC’s Wildlife Magazine.
But the opportunity of having a look at the top 100 wildlife photos of the 2014 edition in person is really rare. That’s why you can’t miss the exhibition taking place in Milan from 9 October to 23 December at the Fondazione Luciana Matalon, in the surroundings of the Sforza Castle. This was made possible thanks to the cultural association Radicediunopercento that for the fourth year in a raw succeeded in hosting the Wildlife photographer of the year exhibition.
42 thousand photos divided into 21 categories participated in the competition. These were taken by professional or amateur photographers from 96 countries selected by expert judges according to their creativity, artistry and technical complexity. They feature the beauties of our Planet, from landscapes to endangered animal species, from plants to human contamination. A hundred journeys that offer visitors the opportunity of discovering the Earth’s rich biodiversity.
At the exhibition, there will be famous guests and photographers including Marco Urso, Marco Colombo, Simone Sbaraglia and Stefano Unterthiner, the top award winning Italian photographer in the history of the competition, expected in Milan on 12 December.
Insight photo by Steve Winter (US), Hollywood cougar
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