Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Art, Galleries Australian National Maritime Museum , Darling Harbour Until Sunday October 14 2018
 (Photograph: Saved but caged, Steve Winter)
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Photograph: Saved but caged, Steve Winter
 (Photograph: The good life, Daniel Nelson)
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Photograph: The good life, Daniel Nelson
 (Photograph: The ancient ritual, Brian Skerry)
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Photograph: The ancient ritual, Brian Skerry
 (Photograph: Memorial to a species, Brent Stirton)
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Photograph: Memorial to a species, Brent Stirton
 (Photograph: Contemplation, Peter Delaney)
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Photograph: Contemplation, Peter Delaney
 (Photograph: Crab surprise, Justin Gilligan)
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Photograph: Crab surprise, Justin Gilligan
 (Photograph: Giant gathering, Tony Wu)
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Photograph: Giant gathering, Tony Wu
 (Photograph: Palm-oil survivors, Aaron Gekoski)
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Photograph: Palm-oil survivors, Aaron Gekoski
 (Photograph: Polar pas de deux, Eilo Elvinger)
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Photograph: Polar pas de deux, Eilo Elvinger
 (Photograph: Resplendent delivery, Tyohar Kastiel)
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Photograph: Resplendent delivery, Tyohar Kastiel
 (Photograph: Stuck in, Ashleigh Scully)
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Photograph: Stuck in, Ashleigh Scully
 (Photograph: Swim gym, Laurent Ballesta)
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Photograph: Swim gym, Laurent Ballesta
 (Photograph: Tapestry of life, Dorin Bofan)
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Photograph: Tapestry of life, Dorin Bofan
 (Photograph: The ice monster, Laurent Ballesta)
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Photograph: The ice monster, Laurent Ballesta
 (Photograph: The incubator bird, Gerry Pearce)
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Photograph: The incubator bird, Gerry Pearce
 (Photograph: The night raider, Marcio Cabral)
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Photograph: The night raider, Marcio Cabral

This popular annual exhibition from London's Natural History Museum is berthing in Darling Harbour for winter

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards and exhibition showcase not only the best of the natural world, but the patience, ingenuity and talent of the photographers who spend their time embedded within wildlife so that they can get that incredible, revealing shot.

Judged by a panel of industry-recognised professionals, this year's 100 finalists were taken by some of the world’s best nature photographers and selected for their creativity, artistry and technical complexity.

By: Dee Jefferson

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Venue name: Australian National Maritime Museum
Contact:
Address: 2 Murray St
Darling Harbour
2009
Opening hours: Daily 9.30am-5pm (or 6pm in Jan); closed Christmas Day
Price: $20
Event website: http://www.anmm.gov.au/wildlife
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