Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 Exhibition at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria.

November 30, 2012 to April 1, 2013
On loan from the Natural History Museum, London

Get up close and personal with the fascinating wonders of nature at this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 exhibition, the results of the 2012 world’s leading nature photography competition organized by the U.K. Natural History Museum.

The striking exhibition features 100 large-scale, back-lit photographs in 19 categories, including Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Wildlife, World in Our Hands and the Wildlife Photojournalist of the Year Award.

Chosen from 48,000 entries from across the globe; these images were judged to be the best by a panel that included some of the world’s most respected nature photographers and wildlife experts.

Hard Working Father ~ 052 Steven Kovacs Canada

Hard Working Father ~ 052 Steven Kovacs Canada

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One Response to Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 Exhibition at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria.

  1. Pat Haugen says:

    This exhibition is exciting because there are a number of Canadian Photographers represented, Paul Nicklen (4 images including being named Wildlife Photographer of the Year), Steven Kovacs, John E Marriott, and Adam Gibbs whose image from Fairy Lake in the Cowichan Valley you will all recognize. Note there are many images taken in Canada by photographers from other countries as well. Well worth a look. I think the images are better this year than last. It closes on April 1st.

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