WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR @ NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

Wildlife Photographer of the Year @ Natural History Museum
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WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR @ NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM



Written by Don't Panic
16 Monday 16th February 2015

Top of our 'to see' list this year is the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum, specially extended for our viewing pleasure through August! We can't wait to pay it a visit. This year, featuring new categories and impeccable talent, the exhibition is set to leave you gasping in awe at the 100 strong collection of images exhibited amidst the splendour of the gallery's Victorian architecture. 

The collection is made up of a diverse mixture of intimate portraits, to layered motion stills and leads you through startling visuals and compelling narratives as the photographers capture their passion for the natural world. 

You don't need to have an understanding of photography to feel the prowess of this one! Escape London for the day and let your eyes travel across all corners of the world. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is celebrating its 50th anniversary and pays homage to previous entries with a short film that tells the story of the competition and the changes in nature photography over the past half century. 

This is a truly remarkable body of work and is not to be missed, so get your tickets now! Visit the website here: www.nhm.ac.uk/wpy

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