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People’s Choice Award: Wildlife Photographer of the Year

These are good times if you love photography and wildlife as much as SEEN does. Visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London and have your say in the prestigious competition, by voting in the People’s Choice Award. You can choose from 25 images, preselected by the Natural History Museum from almost 50,000 submissions from 95 countries. Difficult task.

These are good times if you love photography and wildlife as much as SEEN does. Visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London and have your say in the prestigious competition, by voting in the People’s Choice Award. You can choose from 25 images, preselected by the Natural History Museum from almost 50,000 submissions from 95 countries. Difficult task.

© Karine Aigner Wildlife-Photographer of the Year Peoples
© Karine Aigner. Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
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© Marco Gargiulo. Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

The shortlisted images are currently on display at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition until the vote closes on 10th January 2017. You can cast your vote here.

© Bence Máté. Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
© Bence Máté. Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
© Johan Kloppers. Wildlife-Photographer of the Year.
© Johan Kloppers. Wildlife-Photographer of the Year.

The winner of the vote will then be showcased until the exhibition closes on 10th September 2017. The top five People’s Choice Award images will also be displayed online at www.nhm.ac.uk winning portfolio chosen by the judges.
After its London premiere, the exhibition will embark on a UK and international tour, inspiring millions of people across the world to appreciate and conserve the natural world.

© Stephen Belcher. Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
© Stephen Belcher. Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
© Thomas Kokta. Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
© Thomas Kokta. Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

The next Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition, WPY53, is open for entries until 15th December 2016. Find out more at www.wildlifephotographeroftheyear.com

National History Museum
Cromwell Road,
Kensington
London
SW7 5BD

Credits

Cover: © Sabella Spallanzanii. Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

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