Winner of the 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year is announced!


Congratulations to Tim Laman, winner of the 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year.


Congratulations to Tim Laman who wins the main prize of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award 2016, now open at the Natural History Museum, for his stunning series ‘Entwined Lives‘, having scaled a 30m tall tree to get up and close with the orang-utan.


Tim Laman was selected from over 50 000 international entries, for his series of 6 images which tell the story of the plight of the critically endangered Bornean orang-utan in the Indonesian rainforest.

Special congratulations also to London-based photographer, Gideon Knight, who won ‘Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ with this stunning image ‘The Moon and the Crow’.


Here are a few of our other faves…


The Sand Canvas‘ by Rudi Sebastian.



Wind Composition‘ by Valter Binotto



Star Player’ by Luis Javier Sandoval

View all 100 selected photographs at the National History Museum. Open until 10 Sep 2017.

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