Category Archive: Animalia

Greg Du Toit

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David Johndrow


Wolf Ademeit


Wildlife and nature photography award-winning images of 2013, The Guardian

British wildlife photography awards 2013, winning image: ‘In the Living Room’ by George Karbus British wildlife photography winner in the documentary category: A badger, part of a series by Neil Aldridge British wildlife… Continue reading

British wildlife photography awards 2013

Brown Hare by Liam Constantine, winner of the Wildpix young people’s under-12’s award Viewpoint by James Knight, winner of the Hidden Britain category Spring in the Ptarmigan series by Tomasz Garbacz, winner of… Continue reading

Animal Photos Of The Year 2013: Celebrating The Best Images From The Animal Kingdom

This photo, made Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2013, shows a baby hippo, foreground, that was born Oct. 3 at the Gulf Breeze Zoo in Gulf Breeze, Florida. (AP Photo/Northwest Florida Daily News, Nick Tomecek)… Continue reading

Gregory Colbert


Nadav Bagim


Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013

Greg du Toit Udayan Rao Pawar Joe McDonald Paul Souders Connor Stefanison Connor Stefanison Isak Pretorius Luis Javier Sandoval Jasper Doest Sergey Gorshkov   Works

Marsel van Oosten




Melvyn Yeo


Bjorn Olesen


Graham McGeorge



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Frans Lanting

FRANS LANTING has been hailed as one of the great nature photographers of our time. Born in Rotterdam, the Netherlands in 1951, he earned a master’s degree in economics then moved to the… Continue reading

Suha Derbent


Larry Fink

“Fink’s photographs provide the opportunity to study a gesture, a smile, a surreptitious glance, even the sweat on an arm or a wrinkle of skin – comprising a kind of desire, sensuality, disappointment,… Continue reading

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