As you may have guessed by now, I’m somewhat of a photo nut. As a result, I tend to share loads of my own photos as well as tips, tricks, news, and other sources of inspiration to photographers and fans of photography in my local area. Naturally I was quite pleased when I received a special invitation to attend a PR event for an amazing local event taking place today (Dec 15). The event will shed a spotlight on the best of the best from over 40,000 photos submitted by photographers from 95 countries around the world A few snippets from the official details (PR) follow…
The winners of the world’s most respected wildlife photography competition are coming to Victoria. The best 108 images from Wildlife Photographer of the Year – an international competition that had more than 41,000 entries from 95 countries – are on display at the Royal BC Museum from Dec. 16, 2011 to April 9, 2012. “This is like the Oscars of wildlife photography,” said Martin Cooper, the only Canadian winner, from Burnaby, BC. “ The 500-square-metre (5,400 sq ft) Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Royal BC Museum, opening December 16, 2011 – see more details in this official PR
Still Life in oil – Winner – 2011 Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year
This is the photographer whose picture has been voted as being the most striking and memorable of all entries.
Photographer – Daniel Beltrá (Spain) (c) All Rights Reserved