Nature and photography lovers should not miss the Nature’s Best Photography Africa exhibition that is currently running at the Iziko South African Museum in Cape Town.
The competition features 60 incredible photographs selected from over 6000 entries in 10 different categories. Global photographers were invited to submit their photographs taken in Africa for judging by an expert panel.
The winning, runners up and honoured images will be displayed at Iziko until the 26th September 2015.
A beautiful hard cover catalogue has been created and a selection of the images will be exhibited as part of the prestigious Nature’s Best Photography exhibition that runs annually at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in October 2015.
“It is important for Africa to take a leading role in terms of how our continent is represented internationally and Nature’s Best Photography Africa provides us with this valuable platform”, says director Craig Mark.
Nature’s Best Photography Africa has launched in proud association with Iziko Museums of South Africa and looks to occupy the space as the premier annual African nature focused photographic competition in the world.
For more information visit www.naturesbestphotographyafrica.com
Photo Credits: Lanner falcons fighting for a Sandgrouse by Christophe Jobic