These Are The 13 Finalists From 50,000 Entries For Wildlife Photography Of The Year

I am sure you will fall in love with them.

These Are The 13 Finalists From 50,000 Entries For Wildlife Photography Of The Year
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Nature is abundant in beauty! 

Recently, the finalists of 'Wildlife Photographer of the Year' were announced, and I am sure that they will leave you astonished. The competition showcases the best pictures taken by wildlife photographers and aims to improve the awareness in the world about the beauty of nature. The finalists were selected by National History Museum of London. The competition attracted photographers from 92 countries who submitted 50,000 photographs. The judges have selected 13 best ones from them. 

The final winners of the competition will be released on 17th October, and later the winning pictures will be displayed at the museum from October 20th. The pictures will be on display upto the next spring. 

Here are the 13 finalists from the competition.

Arctic Treasure by Sergey Gorshkov

Arctic Treasure by Sergey Gorshkov

The ice in the area increases the beauty of Arctic Fox as it moves toward something.

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Bear Hug by Ashleigh Scully

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From chilling cold, we come to the warm hug of two bears captured by Ashleigh.

Winter Pause by Mats Andersson

Winter Pause by Mats Andersson
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A moment of rest for the red squirrel before going for a search.


Sewage Surfer by Justin Hofman

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The time when seahorse reached for a floating object in the ocean with its delicate body.  

The Power of the Matriarch by David Lloyd

The Power of the Matriarch by David Lloyd
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The sun is emphasising every wrinkle and hair of this elephant. You can easily fall in love with the texture created by the body.

Resplendent Delivery by Tyohar Kastiel

Resplendent Delivery by Tyohar Kastiel
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One of the best pictures on the list. Any one can fall in love with the picture because of its enlightening colours.

Bold Eagle by Klaus Nigge

Bold Eagle by Klaus Nigge
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The white feathered eagle is soaked in water making the picture appear more dangerous. 

Glimpse of a Lynx by Laura Albiac Vilas

Glimpse of a Lynx by Laura Albiac Vilas
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You might have seen many animals in your life, but I am sure you will enjoy this picture of Lynx.

Swim Gym by Laurent Ballesta

Swim Gym by Laurent Ballesta
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The best thing about of photography is that you do things which you would not normally do except for taking a picture. This picture of seals proves it.

Romance Among The Angels by Andrey Narchuk

Romance Among The Angels by Andrey Narchuk
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I did not have any idea about sea angels, but I am surely in love with them after seeing this picture, and I will learn more about them.

Saguaro Twist by Jack Dykinga

Saguaro Twist by Jack Dykinga
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These saguaro cacti have been growing for about 200 years in the Arizona's Sonoran Desert National Monument.

The Insiders by Qing Lin

The Insiders by Qing Lin
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Don't take this picture as a scene from an animated movie because it is not. It is the picture of clownfishes. 

Saved But Caged by Steve Winter

Saved But Caged by Steve Winter
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Nothing makes more sense than the title of the image given by the artist. I mean nothing is perfect than it.


Which one is your favourite? Comment in the section below. ;)