2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award Shortlist
2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year LUMIX People's Choice Award Shortlist
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year has been running for fifty four years now. Created and operated by the Natural History Museum, the competition is meant to 'showcase the world's best nature photography.'
As part of its LUMIX People's Choice Award, the Natural History Museum has released a shortlist of 25 images that showcase some of the best images to be submitted thus far — more than 45,000 in total from professionals and amateurs across the globe.
Voting for the LUMIX People's Choice Award is open through Monday, February 5th, 2019 on the Natural History Museum website. An accompanying exhibition of entries is open at the Natural History Museum in South Kensington through June 30th, 2019. Tickets cost at £8 for children, £13.50 for adults and between £28-£38 for families.
DPReview has compiled the shortlist photos in addition to the captions from the artists behind the photographs.
Above: Isolated by Anna Henly, UK
Snapped from a helicopter, this isolated tree stands in a cultivated field on the edge of a tropical forest on Kauai, Hawaii. The manmade straight lines of the ploughed furrows are interrupted beautifully by nature’s more unruly wild pattern of tree branches.
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