British Amateur Photographer Wins Wildlife Photography Award with Polar Bear Image

A captivating image of a young polar bear resting on an iceberg has won the People’s Choice award in this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition. The photograph, taken by British amateur photographer Nima Sarakan, was chosen from a selection of 25 images voted on by the public. The competition, which is run by the Natural History Museum, received nearly 50,000 entries from around the world. The winning images, including the highly commended ones, are on display at the Natural History Museum in London until June 30th and will also be available online and as part of a worldwide tour.

  • The young polar bear image captured by Nima Sarakan won the People’s Choice award.
  • The jury selected 25 images for public voting from nearly 50,000 submissions globally.
  • Images showcase various themes including climate change, species interactions, and parental care in the animal kingdom.
  • Exhibition is currently available at the Natural History Museum in London until June 30th and online.
  • The winning photographs will be part of a global tour, reaching millions of viewers.
  • The competition aims to highlight the natural world’s beauty and fragility, as well as raise awareness about conservation issues.
  • Photography experts judge the competition, looking for creativity, technical excellence, and impactful storytelling.

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