A selection of the winning and short-listed entries are also chosen by the BTO to feature in a special large-format photobook. The 2017 edition is available now, and partial profits from its sales will directly support the BTO's bird conservation efforts.
Jill Bliss is an artist (and naturalist, educator, farmhand, caretaker, and deckhand) who lives on a small island in the Salish Sea in the Pacific Northwest. In 2012 she sold her house and nearly everything she owned to move to the island and reconnect with nature after a busy career as a designer in New York and San Francisco.
Hitachi Seaside Park in Ibaraki prefecture has a variety of flowers blooming throughout the year but I really recommend you visiting in sunny spring. It turns into all blue which is actually 4.5 millions of baby blue eyes spreading out. You’d be surprised by the mesmerizing view.
Timo Lieber photographed with a drone the formation of the blue lakes, due to the melting of the ice of Greenland, which unfortunately testify of the important impacts of global warming on our planet.
Nature has lots to offer for landscape photographers. Storms, rainbows, tornadoes, lightning strikes: they’re all a gift from nature that we can play with as a landscape photographer. Volcanoes are one of them, too, especially when they’re erupting.
French photographer Normann Szkop gives you this splash of Spring in his aerial photos of tulip fields in the Netherlands. Normann took the pictures while flying over the fields of Anna Paulown municipality in a small Cessna plane, piloted by Claython Pender.
Spring is the most magical time of year to be in Japan. It's not only because of the country's world-famous cherry blossoms, but also the annual Great Wisteria Festival, an enchanting display that's not to be missed.
I bet most of you never hear about Lombok before. Lombok is one of province in Indonesia, next from Bali, often called sister island of Bali. But, not like the busy Bali, Lombok more quite and have slow pace.
Twitter user @kao77neko shared a pic of succulent plants that look like dolphins and the Japanese are going crazy about them!
In order to overcome my world-weariness, I spend as much time as possible in nature. It’s better than any therapy or medicine!
SAKURA are famous in Spring, but plum blossoms bloom beautifully before sakura. I was surprised to see this great view. These pictures are all plum blossoms.
Wouldn't it be just magical if that bouquet of roses you received on Valentine's Day was still perfectly intact on your living room table? Well, thanks to Forever Rose — a luxury flower company that produces beautiful Beauty and the Beast-like roses — floral, fairytale magic such as this can be your reality.
Southern California deserts are exploding with color in a “super bloom” of wildflowers brought on by unusually heavy rain over the winter and fall.
An elephant is killed every 25 minutes. A herd of digitally-generated 3D elephants is preparing to march across the world, crossing three continents in a spectacular first for digital out-of-home campaign – aiming to end the slaughter of endangered animals in Africa.
A photographer’s work with Greenpeace has given him a front-row seat to twenty years of drastic change.
This competition encourages young people from around the world (ages 10-24), of all photography backgrounds to submit original photos that either display beautiful and striking wildlife or that depict youth engaging in conservation efforts.
The picture-perfect portfolio of Greek photographer George Digalakis is simultaneously rooted in the natural world and subtly surreal.
We traveled more than 5200 km to go to Lofoten in Norway to make a documentary against oil drilling in these fairytalelike landscapes.
A selection of aerial photographs taken with a drone by the photographer Mr BO, aka SA from Above. A fascinating series and a beautiful work on colors, lights, textures and symmetries.