Wildlife Photographer of the Year


Aberdeen Art Gallery

11 June - 20 August 2011

From spectacular, sweeping landscapes to intimate portraits of animal behaviour, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition offers an unequalled insight into the beauty, drama and diversity of the natural world. Owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine, the exhibition is a showcase for world-class photography, highlighting wildlife conservation and inspiring a love for nature. Every year thousands of entries are received at the Museum and judged by an expert panel, the winners of which make up the exhibition. Professional and amateur nature photographers worldwide aspire to win this competition and achieving the perfect picture is down to knowledge of nature, camera literacy, creativity, patience and passion.

This major summer exhibition will be accompanied by an exciting programme - Go Wild at the Gallery - featuring talks, events and art activities for a wide range of ages. Look out for our special Go Wild leaflet.

Supported by Vibrant Aberdeen