Wildlife Photographer of the Year Portfolio 20 : Portfolio 20, Hardback

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Portfolio 20 : Portfolio 20 Hardback

Edited by Rosamund Kidman Cox

Part of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year series

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This is the latest memorable collection of images from the prestigious annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition - the international showcase for the very best photography featuring natural subjects.

This year it is published by the Natural History Museum itself for the first time.

This outstanding collection of photographs features a wide range of natural subjects and styles, from vivid scenes of animal behaviour and breathtaking landscapes to arresting portraits and abstract images of the natural world.

Each stunning photograph is accompanied by an extended caption that explains where and how it was taken.

Featuring the best in wildlife photography from across the world, this new collection celebrates the beauty, drama and diversity of nature. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition finds the very best wildlife images taken by the world's top professional and amateur photographers.

Each year thousands of entries are received and judged by a specially selected panel of experts.

Being accepted into the competition is something that wildlife photographers, worldwide, aspire to. The competition is owned by two UK institutions that pride themselves on revealing and championing the diversity of life on Earth: the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 160 pages, Over 100 colour photographs
  • Publisher: The Natural History Museum
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Photographs: collections
  • ISBN: 9780565092771



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Of course, the book does not do the actual exhibition complete justice. But, as a memento and a coffee book table, it far surpasses, and is a visceral reminder of both the unpredictability (and humour) of nature, and the artistry and sheer luck of the dedicated photographer.

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