Posted by: Jo Briton
Tue, 24 Nov 2015
Any excuse for us to feature a great many wonderful photographs. This time it’s the winning images from the 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Contest.
The contest attracted over 42,000 photographs from both professionals and amateurs, so we’re sure that the judges had their work cut out for them!
These visually-stunning images convey a range of emotions. From scenes that are savage to serene to bizarre, the winning photographers capture a incredibly diverse range of shots including: a flock of elegant scarlet ibises taking flight; the grizzly scene of a red fox who captured its prey; and a desolate, sprawling landscape stained with ash.
As winners, these images are all included in an exhibition of the 100 shortlisted photographs, on display at the Natural History Museum in London until April 2016.
Please go to the NHM website to find out about the photographers and their amazing shots and about the exhibition. Congratulations to everyone on such fabulous photos.
Source: My Modern Met