National Wildlife Announces Winners Of Photo Contest
Dazzling Images Judged Tops From Nearly 50,000 Entries
How deep is the visual connection between people and animals? One metric is the unquantifiable number of photographs taken of wildlife. Shooters, professional and amateur alike, take pride in their interpretations, and the best of thebest are extraordinary.
Every year since 1971, the magazine published by the National Wildlife Federation ha shosted a wildlife photo contest. Winning images have solidified the reputationof pros and helped to launch careers of weekend lenspeople capturing definingmoments in nature.
In 2010, NWF received almost 50,000 entries in a range of categories. Wildlife Art Journal offers a small sampling of some of the winners, above, in the gallery and we encourage readersto visit the NWF site to see the full list. The federation has a tips page to guide prospective shooters thinking of entering the 2011 competition.
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Post Date:December 14th, 2010
'A sampling of winners from the 2010 National Wildlife Federation's photography contest that attracted over 50,000 entries.