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Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition

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A fascinating collection of photographs showing nature at its very best will be featured in the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, on display at M Shed Museum.

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition is once again on display at M Shed Museum in Bristol – providing an awe-inspiring collection of images, which is set to appeal to both art enthusiasts and naturalists alike.

The exhibition, which has been on loan from the Natural History Museum in London since Saturday 28 November 2015, will run until Sunday 10 April 2016 giving visitors plenty of time to see the impressive collection of images.

Expect to see photogenic plants, animals and landscapes taken from across the globe captured in this photographic exhibition of the world’s most striking natural moments, represented by 100 winning and commended entries from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.

Plus, a fascinating component of this year’s show will be the stories accompanying each picture, describing the often remarkable conditions in which the photographers captured their winning shots.

For the largest and most prestigious event of its kind, now in its 51st year, the international jury of experts spent months scrutinising over 42,000 entries from 96 countries for creative, artistic and technically complex images that may be magnificent and powerful, intimate and intricate, while also being moving and thought-provoking.

The exhibition promises to showcase the intrigue and beauty of our planet through the lens of wildlife photography, offering a glimpse of the natural world never seen before and providing even more reason to visit M Shed.

Event:
Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition
Venue
M Shed
Dates:
Saturday 28 November 2015 to Sunday 10 April 2016
Times:
From 10am to 5pm
Admission:
Tickets cost £5, £4 for concessions, free of charge for under 16s
Telephone:
0117 352 6600

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