Still time to catch Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2018 at M Shed until Sunday 24th February 2019Posted on: 10 Feb 2019
If you haven't had time to catch it yet, then you should get yourself down to M Shed in Bristol for Wildlife Photographer of the Year, which will display its usual collection of incredible photography until Sunday 24th February 2019.
Held in conjunction with Natural History Museum, 100 images will feast the eyes and wow the senses with an assemblage of images which have to be seen to be believed, showcasing amazing landscapes, breathtaking animal portraits, endangered habitats and lesser-seen peculiar species.
Flying the flag for ethical photography, celebrating biodiversity and promoting conservation, it's a multitude of truly enthralling photographs of the dazzling beauty and unpredictable fragility of the natural world around us, taken by a throng of young, old, professional and amateur photographers.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year began back in 1965 with 361 entries - today it gets almost 50,000 entries by some of the world's most talented photographers from 96 countries.
You can find out more about this phenomenal collection of images - as well as other events, activities and exhibitions - at the official M Shed website here.
M Shed is located at Princes Wharf, Bristol, BS1 4RN. Tel. 0117 352 6600.
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