Royal Ontario Museum hosts Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, the most prestigious photography exhibit in the world has come back to the Royal Ontario Museum for its 3rd annual stop. The exhibit arranged by Natural History Museum in London, makes their Canadian debut at Royal Ontario Museum starting this night, 21st November, 2015.

Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

The exhibit features hundred magnificent nature snaps by the finalists in this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, the biggest such contest in the world, receiving 42000 entries from amateur as well as professional photographers in 96 countries.

The exhibit will be in the Royal Ontario Museum’s Level 3, Centre Block. Every photograph is installed with a custom LED light box frame, hatching a dramatic effect, offering visitors with a little glimpse of the natural world as they have never seen it. Photographs cover eleven adult categories, including Photojournalism, Urban Wildlife, Black and White, 4 special award categories, as well as three children categories, including ten Years and Under.

Mark Engstrom, Royal Ontario Museum Interim Director and CEO, told the Manchester discount card website that it has had a great summer with more and more visitors than ever enjoying Pompeii and Viva México! In November. They are excited to add Wildlife Photographer of Year to this exhibit line-up. WPY shows the breathtaking beauty of nature and they expect it inspires visitors to learn more regarding the organisms with whom they share this planet and the fragile nature of the environments.

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