Its first exhibition took place at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in May 2008 and quickly established itself as the world's premier garden and plant photography event specialising in garden, plant, flower and botanical photography.
The Travel Photographer of the Year (tpoty) photo competition is run by photographers for photographers.
Urban, john White, Lower Manhattan, New York, i was lucky enough this year to have a work trip to New York.
There are over 13,000 worth of cash prizes code promo deschilder fr and medals from the Royal Photographic Society.A snail with an intricate spiral shell crawls along a stick, hovering on the edge as it looks for a way back down to solid ground in Italy.Worthy winner: Magdalena Wasiczek's 'stunning' picture of climbing Hydrangea petiolaris took first prize in the International Garden Photographer of the Year awards.Photo King Fung Wong / National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest.What the judges said, teagan Cunniffe, judge and travel photographer, said, Capturing a series of images with a common thread is difficult.Breathtaking: The National Trust Thrift flowering on the cliff tops above Hartland Quay at sunset, North Devon, in June 2013.Tpoty is about more than prizes This prestigious award offers massive exposure for your work through our media activities, photographer profiles and exhibitions.Photo, tracey Jennings / National Geographic, travel.Professional photographer Beth Buglione captured this awe-inspiring scene as sunlight shone onto a stream.Garden Photographer of the Year was set up by five members of the Garden Photographers' Association in 2007.The Portfolio winner will experience a twin-centre break.
Bangladesh Photo Romaine.Not a soul can be seen for miles in Jon Gibbs' astonishing photograph from the sand dunes at Holkham Bay in Norfolk.The competition is open to everyone anywhere in the world.People, simon Morris, W estern Mongolia, i took this shot while staying with a Kazakh family in Western Mongolia for a week during winter.What it means to be a winner?Le Cap, Afrique du Sud.I took a few shots before the pair started chasing each other and disappeared into the throng.Winners in all categories will receive.Photographer of the, year, contest;.but I am not the only one; A lonely zebra in the midst of a field full of flowers.
Jefflin Ling's photograph of bamboo in Malaysia was converted into a monochrome image by a computer, but still retains a natural feel.