Stockwood Discovery Centre wildlife exhibit

British Wildlife Photography Awards exhibition is all set to make a comeback to the Stockwood Discovery Centre. The event celebrates both the work of professional as well as amateur photographers along with the diversity and beauty of the British wildlife.

Stockwood Discovery Centre

Winning snapshots are selected from hundreds and hundreds of entries in 16 different categories including a film category for Wildlife in HD Video as well as 3 junior categories to boost young people to associate with nature via photography.

Mark Carwadine, a writer, photographer, zoologist, as well as a broadcaster, and J Campbell a philianthopist, both stated that the British Wildlife Photography Awards has become one of the highly anticipated programs in the wildlife photography calendar. The bar in wildlife photography has already been lifted to unthinkably high levels of innovation, artistic vision and sophistication, yet the standard somehow goes on to get better and better.

He added that this newest set of photographs is really a testament to the sheer level of interest in wildlife in the United Kingdom and, more than that, the remarkable skills of their wildlife photographers. These aren’t just wedding photgraphers on days out, but real experts in capturing animals in their natural habitats.

The overall winning image was by photographer Barrie Williams. His snapshot of Gannets on a cliff edge was named On the Edge is. The official website of British Wildlife Photography Awards carries all the winning photographs, winning videos as well as a huge selection of great works by both pro and amateur photographers.

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