Nature

November 13, 2018

Winners of the 2018 British Wildlife Photography Awards Celebrate Britain’s Diverse Wildlife

Thousands of entries flooded into the 2018 British Wildlife Photography Awards, with amateur and professional photographers submitting their best work across 15 categories. The winning photographers are as young as 9 years old and their varied work shows the diversity of wildlife across Britain. Photographer Paul Colley was named the overall winner for his striking black and white image of a Daubenton’s bat’s flight path.

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October 19, 2018

Stunning Winners of the 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Contest

The winners of the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition have been announced, with Dutch photographer Marsel van Oosten taking the top prize for his beautiful portrait of a pair of endangered golden snub-nosed monkeys. In the youth category, 16-year-old Skye Meaker was named Youth Wildlife Photographer of the Year for his moving portrait of a leopard waking from sleep in a game reserve in Botswana.

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October 1, 2018

Astonishing Photos of Super Typhoon Trami Taken From Outer Space

Super typhoon Trami wreaked havoc on Japan this weekend, as strong winds and torrential rains battered the country. In the days leading up to the incredible typhoon, there was no better view of the devastating storm than from outer space. From his perch at the International Space Station, astronaut Alexander Gerst snapped some incredible photos of the typhoon a few days before it hit land.

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July 6, 2018

Colorful Cacti Bloom Like Explosive Fireworks in Time-Lapse Videos

Florida-based photographer and self-confessed “Echinopsis enthusiast” Greg Krehel (aka Echinopsis Freak) captures the beauty of these flowering cacti as their petals open and wilt. Choosing time-lapse videos and gifs as his medium, Krehel’s series, Freaky Flowers: Echinopsis Cacti in Bloom, allows viewers to witness the colorful buds as they burst and bloom into bold and brilliant flowers, just like exploding fireworks. Native to South America, Echinopsis cacti come in a variety of 128 different species.

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