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Shots of Snuggling Swans and Ravenous Shags Best the 2021 Bird Photographer of the Year Contest

10 days ago   |   By Colossal

Image © Brian Matthews, European shag. All images © Bird Photographer of the Year, shared with permission
This year's Bird Photographer of the Year contest highlights a variety of avian adventures from a mallard duckling chasing a fly and an impatient shag to a hamerkop ruthlessly tossing a toad in the air. Now in its sixth year, the annual competition released a selection of finalists this week from more than 22,000 entries spanning 73 countries that capture a range of playful, intimate, and sometimes merciless moments. 2021's winners will be announced in September. See some of Colossal's...
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CasiTa House / The Ranch Mine

CasiTa House / The Ranch Mine

10 days ago   |   By Arch Daily

Phoenix, Arizona, United States Project Year: 2021 Photographs: Roehner + Ryan Area: 974.0 ft2
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Finalists of the Bird Photographer of the Year 2021 Announced

Finalists of the Bird Photographer of the Year 2021 Announced

10 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

The Bird Photographer of the Year Awards has announced the finalists for its 2021 competition, with the winner to be announced in September. This selection is a “sneak preview” of what to expect from the 6th-annual awards.
This year's competition saw over 22,000 entries from over 73 countries which have been narrowed down to the shortlist of finalists below who will go on to compete for the £5,000 cash prize. In addition to hosting the competition, the BPOTY says that it is a proud supporter of conservation and provides financial aid to grassroots conservation projects through its charity...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

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Azócar Catrón: "It's Not the Scale of the Project, But Rather the Scale of...

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