Nature photography buffs: it’s that time of year again. The winners of the 2022 edition of the Nature TTL photographer of the year awards are in – and they’re as mesmerising as ever.
Nature TTL’s competition is all about the natural world, ranging from snow leopards in the Himalayas and stingrays in the Maldives to a hare on the streets of the German city of Kassel.
This year’s competition saw 8,000 images compete across eight categories: Animal Behaviour, Camera Traps, Landscapes, Small World, The Night Sky, Underwater, Urban Wildlife and Wild Portraits. The ‘overall winner’ took home a grand prize of £1,500.
You can find out more about the winners on the TTL website here, but, in the meantime, here are a few of our favourites.
‘African Elephant Puffing Dust’ by Michael Snedic
‘A Cat and Its Prize’ by Dennis Stogsdill
‘The Astonishing’ by Mauro Tronto
‘The Top of Australia’ by Josselin Cornou
‘Vantage Points’ by Achintya Murthy
‘Caviar’ by Talia Greis
‘Sunset Ray’ by Andy Schmid
‘Glow Worm Metropolis’ by Josselin Cornou
‘City Hare’ by Jan Piecha
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