Posts Tagged: Wildlife

Dec 14

Last opportunity to see British Wildlife Photography Awards

Wildlife and photography fans have their last scope to see a magnificent exhibit at the Nature in Art. The British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014 exhibit is happening at the Twigworth museum committed to be breathed in by nature.

The magnificent display would end earlier on Sunday after having been spotted by hundreds and hundreds of visitors since the middle of September. The Awards relishes both the work of amateur and professional photographers as well as the diversity and beauty of the British wildlife.

Television presenter and naturalist, Chris Packham stated that every year the Brit Wildlife Photography Awards brings forth a great catalogue of exciting, splendid, artistic as well as imaginative snaps, offering beyond doubt that they have the richest palette of life to relish in peoples own backyard.

He added that anyone who is passionate when it comes to preserving and protecting wildlife would be inspired by British Wildlife Photography Awards that is in its 5th year has done more than any other award to heighten the profile of British wildlife.

Meanwhile, two curious polar bears bewitched with a wildlife enthusiasts GoPro shooter has resulted in this magnificent footage. David Swindler was there on boat near the Alaskan city of Kaktovik when the pesky couple started chasing after his boat.

The 35 year old stated that on one occasion, some 2 year old bear cubs were wrestling in the water. They were going for it for almost an hour.

Jan 14

Wildlife photographer of the year exhibit

Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition’s North American premiere was uncovered at an event earlier this morning at Royal Ontario Museum. The Museum arranges the exhibit from 23rd November, 2013 to 23rd March, 2014 in ROM’s Level 3, Centre Block.

The exhibit is based on a recognized photography contest, a partnership between London’s National History Museum and BBC Worldwide. Originating forty nine years ago, the WPY is now considered as one of the NHM’s longest running and most successful exhibitions. Canadian Geographic is a programming partner and media sponsor for ROM engagement.

Rosamund Kidman Cox told that the artistry, imagination and skill on show reveal that wildlife photography can be a true art form. Congratulations to the Centre of Biodiversity at the ROM on their North American debut of this important exhibition.

According to reports, ROM Biodiversity’s managing director Dave Ireland told that the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit shows excellence in science communication, with breathtaking images by the world’s best photographers. Centre of Biodiversity at the ROM is proud to present the North American premiere of the show.

iLCP Conservation Photographer and Environmental Visual Communication Program Director Neil Ever Osborne told that they look forward to co presenting lectures, workshops as well as other engagements scopes with Canadian Geographic, ROM Biodiversity and others for this exhibit that offers an important program to explore the links among science, art as well as academia for their faculty, students as well as ROM visitors.