After announcing last year’s contest winners, Wildlife Photographer of the Year has now also revealed the winners of People’s Choice Awards. They’re just as magnificent as the overall and category winners of the contest, but only one can be the one. And this time, it’s German photographer Sascha Fonseca with his spectacular image of a snow leopard at sunset.
A buzzing ball of bees wins 2022 Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Wildlife Photographer of the Year never fails to impress us with awe-inspiring photos of flora and fauna, both above and below water, even up in the sky. And this year, a swarm of tiny creatures won the big prize.
Photographer Karine Aigner has won the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022. Her image shows a buzzing ball of cactus bees spinning over the hot sand on a Texas ranch. Taken at the bee level, it depicts the behavior of these creatures, but also reminds us of how important it is to protect them.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year reveals stunning most commended photos of 2022
When it comes to wildlife photos, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year’s selection never disappoints. Although it’s still not time to reveal the 2022 winners, the contest has revealed a little “teaser” before the day comes. And as you’ve probably expected, the selection is great!
A frog “pool party,” fish “flying” through cloud-like algae, and a gorgeous portrait of a stag taken by a 7-year-old: these are only some of the images you’ll see in this gallery, so let’s check them out as we count down to the winner announcement.
Magical frozen landscape is the People’s Choice for 2021 Wildlife photographer of the Year
Wildlife photographer of the Year (WPY) treated us with its stunning 2021 winning photos in October last year. But the contest also recognizes the People’s Choice Award, and the winners have been announced this month.
The photo that won over people’s hearts was taken by Italian photographer Cristiano Vendramin. It shows fairytale-like willow branches mirrored by the surface of a frozen Italian lake – but it also hides a deeper, emotional story.
Extraordinary underwater scene wins Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021
French underwater photographer and biologist Laurent Ballesta was announced as this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his enigmatic image, Creation, that captures camouflage groupers exiting their milky cloud of eggs and sperm in Fakarava, French Polynesia. Selected from more than 50,000 entries from 95 countries, the winners of the prestigious Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were revealed at an online awards ceremony.
A tree-hugging tiger is the Wildlife Photo of the Year 2020
Last month, Wildlife Photographer of the Year shared with us some of this year’s highly commended images. The winners have now been announced, and like every year – the contest didn’t disappoint.
These puffins are the cutest photo of 2020 Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest never fails to bring us striking images of the world around us. Although the winners will be announced in October, we can take a peek at some of this year’s highly commended images. As always, they display the beauty, diversity, but also the devastating destruction of the natural world.
Winners of 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year remind us why we need to protect the natural world
This year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition has already stirred our emotions with its amazing shortlisted images. And now, the winners of the 2019 competition have been announced, and they’re equally awe-inspiring. They show us all the extremes of the natural world, its beauty and cruelty. And they will remind you just how breathtaking the natural is, and why we need to look after it.
Shortlisted photos of 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year show the beauty and cruelty of natural world
Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition never fails to stir our emotions with its selection of photos. The shortlisted images of the 2019 contest have just been announced, and they show the beauty and cruelty of the natural world, but also the negative impact that humans have on it.
These are the breathtaking winning photos of 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest
Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest always brings us some stunning photos, and the 2018 contest was no exception. The winners from 19 categories were selected and their photos show the beauty, versatility and sometimes harsh reality of the world around us.
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