In Nature Photography Competition 2020, The German Society for Nature Photography announced the winners and runners the GDT Nature Photographer of the Year.
The result announced is through the online platform, due to the COVID-19 pandemic offline voting is not possible.
A total of 5,046 images are submitted for the competition. All photographs submitted are fabulous and seriously breath-taking. From animals to the mountain, ocean, everything seems captivating and angelic.
Photographs are alluring. After seeing the pictures, massive respect for the photographer has developed into my heart. The photography competition was divided into seven categories.
- Other Animals
- Plant and fungi
- Nature’s Studio
They have chosen ten photographs from each group. German Society for Nature Photography has awarded an attractive price to the winner and runners up of all the categories and for the overall group. The winner of the whole category got Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark III 12-40mm kit from the organization’s premium partner, Olympus Europe.
Peter’s Lindel’s a Hare’s Dream. His photograph is the overall winner of the Nature Photography Competition 2020. He featured the mostly unseen European Hare, and he described her as “dreamy, curious, careful, anxious.”
During an interview, Kindle said The European Hare as Once a common inhabitant of the open country all over Germany is rarely can be seen now.
Other photographs which are highly rated after the ‘A Hare’s Dream’ are:
School of Mackerel
Henry Jagger’s School of Mackerel got the third position in the Other animal category. This photograph is taken from the coast of Coco island on the Indian Island. This photograph seems like a scene out of Finding Memo.
New Life in a dead forest
The Randomir Jakubowski captured this photograph. He got first place in the Plant and Fungi category. Random has captured the vast area of the Bavarian Forest, which is situated in Southern Germany, bark beetles destroyed this forest. Random captured, especially the regeneration part of the woods.
Yukon Gold Rush
Axel Gomeringer got the fifth position in the landscape photography category. He has captured the Tombstone Territorial Park, which is found in central Yukon, Canada. It protects over 2,100 square kilometers of rugged peaks, landforms, wildlife.
After Lindle’s photography on A Hare’s Dream, the second position in the mammal’s category was the Arabian red fox watching the lights of Kuwait City.
The White Coastline
“The White Coastline” ranked the second position in the Nature Studio category. Stephen Furnrohr’s has captured the Meltwater lake of Greenland.
Flurin Leugger’s “Take Off” ranked first in the bird category. He captured the flock of geese fleeting from a coyote.
The Play of Water
Britta Strack, “The Play of Water,” ranked first in the water category. This photograph is captured at the Hraunfossar waterfalls in Iceland.
The danger in the Mud
“Danger in the Mud” by Jens Cullmann ranked in the first position in the other animal’s category. The photograph shows a crocodile in a drying pool with a sneaky, beady-eye.