Победители Британской премии в области фотографии дикой природы 2019 года

На протяжении десяти лет Британская премия фотографии дикой природы отмечала и документировала богатство британской дикой природы.

Победители издания 2019 года по-разному подходят к окружающей среде и показывают местные экосистемы, стремясь повысить уровень знаний людей. Этот приз доказывает, что экологическая фотография не обязательно нуждается в экзотике, чтобы быть экстраординарной. Некоторые из этих фотографий были сделаны в городских условиях и подчеркивают связь между людьми и живой природой вокруг них.

“Spiny Starfish” by Jacob Guy. 12-18 Year winner.

“Common Swift Skimming The Water (Common Swift)” by Robin Chittenden. Animal Behavior winner.

“Marbled White In Grass (Marbled White)” by Nicholas Court. Black and White winner.

“Amongst Emerald Depths (Bluebell; Mare’s Tail)” by Jack Mortimer. Botanical Britain winner.

“Seasonal Blue Tit (Blue Tit)” by Paul Sawer. British Seasons winner.

“Seasonal Blue Tit (Blue Tit)” by Paul Sawer. British Seasons winner.

“Seasonal Blue Tit (Blue Tit)” by Paul Sawer. British Seasons winner.

“Seasonal Blue Tit (Blue Tit)” by Paul Sawer. British Seasons winner.

“Seal in Seaweed Garden (Grey seal)” by Alex Mustard. Overall Coast & Marine winner and Coast & Marine Scotland winner.

“Stalked Jellyfish and Rissoa Snail” by Paul Pettitt. Coast & Marine England winner.

“Mauve Stinger” by Trevor Rees. Coast & Marine Northern Ireland and Coast of Ireland Category winner.

“Plaice Face (Plaice)” by Mark Thomas. Coast & Marine Wales winner.

“Britain’s Most Loved Mammal (European Hedgehog)” by Lawrie Brailey. Documentary Series winner.

“Britain’s Most Loved Mammal (European Hedgehog)” by Lawrie Brailey. Documentary Series winner.

“Brighter Skies on the Horizon (Rock dove or feral pigeon)” by Rich Bunce. Habitat winner.

“Garden Spider (Garden spider)” by Alan Smith. Hidden Britain winner.

“Behind Bars (Grey heron)” by Daniel Trim. Overall winner and Urban Wildlife winner.

“In the Spotlight (Razorbill)” by Ollie Teasdale. Under 12 winner.

“Welcome to Narnia (European larch)” by Dave Fieldhouse. Wild Wood winner.