Tina Engstrom

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition at Natural History Museum

The acclaimed Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition premieres at London’s Natural History Museum each year and tours more than 60 cities in the United Kingdom and across the world.

It showcases the award-winning images,  bringing the talent and vision of each photographer closer to all who visit. This year’s exhibition celebrates 50 years of the competition and blends new and historic award-winning images to tell the story of how photographing the natural world has changed.

With challenging documentary, intimate portraits animal behaviour and atmospheric landscapes, the exhibition will showcase the power of the image to magnificent effect.  The exhibition at London’s Natural History Museum is on from 24 October 2014 to 30 August 2015.

Photo: ©Matthew Smith. 

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