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Time to laugh out loud from this selection of hysterical photos from animals in the wild, as selected by group of international photographers and photo editors for the 2016 Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards. Part 2 of 4.
Extraordinary Photos of the Cosmos
The 12th annual Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year contest attracted some truly breathtaking images of space. Run by Royal Observatory Greenwich, contestants can enter their photos into 11 different categories. Check out the shortlist for the 2020 competition and marvel at the cosmos photos in the running.
12 Gorgeous, Otherworldly Photos
Finnish photographer Julius Kähkönen has developed a unique editing style that takes his breathtaking images to new heights. While his first love is photography, Kähkönen also has a passion for teaching others to create similarly beautiful images, and he offers classes online. Check out a selection of his best travel shots and don’t forget to follow him on Instagram at @visualsofjulius.
10 Majestic Photos of Tigers
Indian photographer Nitish Madan leads tours of photographers through India’s national parks, and one of his favorites is Ranthambore National Park. Once a hunting ground, Ranthambore is now a large tiger conservation center. Check out 10 of Madan’s most majestic photos of big cats and don’t forget to follow him on Instagram for more at @nitish.madan.
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12 Breathtaking Wildlife Photos
Canadian documentary photographer Paul Nicklen has a long career of bringing far-flung places closer to home through his vivid images. His evocative portrayals of wildlife from Antarctica to the wilds of Kenya have garnered him many awards, such as the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year. An avid conservationist, Nicklen is also co-founder of SeaLegacy, a non-profit focusing on ocean conservation. Continue on for some of Nicklen’s most stunning photos and don’t forget to follow him on Instagram at @paulnicklen.
14 Stunning Wildlife Photos that Support Conservation
Lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and Cape buffalo are coined as the Big 5 in the hunting world, named because they are the most difficult game to hunt. The New Big 5 project is an international initiative that is determined to turn this phrase into something positive. The project is currently holding a photography competition to determine the New Big 5 — the most important animals to photograph rather than kill. Check out some of the best entries and visit the link below for more information about the project.
14 Stunning Photos of Mother Nature
The Nature Conservancy hosts an annual photography competition where photographers from all over the world submit breathtaking images of wildlife and Mother Nature. Check out this roundup of some of the best photos to ever be submitted to the contest.
Majestic and Ferocious Lion Portraits
Los Angeles-based photography Simon Needham captures the essence of these endangered creatures in breathtaking portraits. Lion numbers are constantly dwindling, but in case you forgot why they’re called the King of the Jungle, check out these amazingly ferocious photos. Don't forget to follow Needham on Instagram for more of his amazing work at @human.kind.photography.