Nature TTL, one of the world’s leading nature photography resources, has announced the winners of its annual photography competition, from 8 000 entries across eight different categories.
Three finalists were selected in each category, and their striking images covered a few salient issues from the past couple of years or so.
Take a moment to delve into the winner of one of the largest annual photography competitions on Earth – the Sony World Photography Awards.
Brent Stirton’s photograph of two orphan chimpanzees being flown to the safety of a rehabilitation centre is one of the winning shots from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021 competition.
The overall winner will be chosen from more than 50 000 entries across 95 countries and announced on October 12.
Ben Clark’s photo of a female peacock spider taking down a much larger flesh fly is one of the winning snaps from year’s Australian Geographic nature photographer of the year competition.
These striking portraits from the International Portrait Photographer of the Year competition evoke a range of emotions.