Genesis support Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The Moment, by Yongqing Bao ©, took this year's grand title.

Night Glow, by Cruz Erdmann ©, won the Young Photographer of the Year.

Last Gasp, by Adrian Hirschi ©

Lucky Break, by Jason Bantle ©

Beach Waste, by Matthew Ware ©

Sleeping like a Weddell, by Ralf Schneider ©

Circle of Life, by Alex Mustard ©

Genesis are proud to support the Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year with beautiful Duratrans prints for the internationally touring exhibition. Now in its 55th year the renowned award serves to showcase the best of the year in wildlife photography in an exhibition of 100 images.

This year’s title winner is Yongqing Bao, with the stunningly captured image of a Tibetan Fox and a Marmot in a battle of life and death. The award for Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year went to 14-year-old Cruz Erdmann with the skilfully shot underwater portrait of an iridescent big fin reef squid. Both Bao and Erdmann beat over 48,000 worldwide entries.

You can catch the touring exhibition across the UK (and beyond) until late 2020 at the locations below.

 

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Touring Exhibition

M Shed, Bristol, from 23 November 2019 until 4 May 2020

Seaton Tramway, Seaton, from 15 January 2020 until 14 April 2020

Guernsey Museum and Art Gallery, St Peter Port, from 24 January 2020 until 15 March 2020

Nature in Art, Wallsworth Hall, from 4 February 2020 until 29 March 2020

The Base, Thatcham, from 7 February 2020 until 26 April 2020

Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Sewerby, from 24 April 2020 until 5 July 2020

The Collection, Lincoln, from 4 July 2020 until 27 September 2020

Visit the Natural History Museum’s Website for more information

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