FINALISTS CHOSEN FOR WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR
THE latest batch of stunning images to make their way into the final of this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest have been released.
More than 50,000 photographs from 92 countries were entered into the competition, from that just 100 make it to the final exhibition which will be held at the Natural History Museum on October 20.
From those selected, a jury of experts will then choose the winning images based on their creativity, originality and technical excellence. These will be selected before the opening of the exhibition, on October 17.
This week images from 13 of the finalists were released online – featuring a mesmerising image of a bald eagle, a tiny seahorse swimming with a discarded cotton bud, and an arctic fox carrying an egg.