The fifty-first edition of the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year will be toured internationally, crossing six-continents, as it continues to provide "a global platform for wildlife photographers."
The Wildlife Photographer Of The Year launched in 1965, and today, receives almost 50,000 entries from 95 countries.
The fifty-first edition of the exhibition will feature 100 images showcasing animal behaviour and captivating landscapes, providing images of the natural world from perspectives that haven’t been explored before.
Dr. Nick Fraser, keeper of natural sciences at National Museums Scotland, says, “This exhibition presents thought-provoking new ways of seeing the world through the lens of photographers across the world. These extraordinary images are certain to evoke a response and will resonate with our audiences.”
One of the locations of the exhibition is the National Museum of Scotland, the only Scottish venue, where the exhibition will be open starting Friday, September 16th, until February 19th, 2017.
Find out more about the exhibition here.