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Check out the best aquatic landscape photos in the UK

Check out the best aquatic landscape photos in the UK

12th Edition British Wildlife Photography Awards (BWPA) 2024, competition Photography Aimed at highlighting nature Englandpresented a spectacle to the eyes with photographs of animals Enchanting and amazing underwater images.

with registration”Ocean Drifter” (featured photo of this article), which illustrates a ball Football covered with sheds (Crustaceans sea) inside Atlantic OceanRyan Stalker's photo won the overall grand prize in the “Coast and Ocean” category.

To take 1st place, photograph Aquatic De Stalker beat more than 14,000 films submitted to this year's contest. The festival with professional and amateur photographers – in addition to the most diverse categories – awarded 5 thousand pounds (R$ 31 thousand, in the change made in March 2024) to the first place.

This collection is not just a collage; It's a celebration, a reminder of the enduring beauty of British wildlife and a call to protect natural spaces – Will Nichols, director of the BWPA, in a press release

As well as being an impressive record, it raises an important debate about the hit film Environmental issue at UK – Precisely the purpose of the event. As for Ryan Stalker's photo, he explains that the barnacles attached to the ball are not native to the region, but highlights:

Human waste in the ocean increases the risk of organisms reaching our homes– Ryan Stocker

For all ages

A championship isn't just made up of veterans, and there is one boy He knows this well. Max Wood, 17, won the Young British Photographers category – which includes teenagers and children under the age of 11 – for raising environmental awareness – with the photo below.

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“Running on Water”. Photo: Max Wood/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Exposure

Entitled “Running in the Water,” the film captures the moment when the Good Bird “runs” less. Lake From Surrey, United Kingdom. According to the young photographer, he woke up at almost 5 am to record the picture.

The horde ran away from the fight, running through the water to fly through the mist and rays of light.– Max Wood

See more aquatic photos from BWPA 2024

The festival also featured many memorable aquatic photographs, from recording animals such as walruses to other genres. Arctic – For the entire ecosystem of the British interior. See more clicks made by participants in the 12th edition British Wildlife Photography Awards.

Image from the “RSBP 11 and under” category, which includes photographers up to the age of 11: Jamie Smart/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Disclosure
“Across the Sea”. Photo: Robin Morrison/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Exposure
“Camouflage of the Pipefish”. Photo: Shannon Moran/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Exposure
“Black and Blue”. Photo: Kirsty Andrews/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Exposure
“Why the fuss?” Photo: Will Palmer/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Exposure
“Through Bubbles”. Photo: Henley Spires/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Disclosure
“Time and Tide”. Photo: Jeremy Walker/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Exposure
“Fireworks Anemone”. Photo: Dan Boldt/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Exposure
“Hyperspace”. Photo: Grace Bailey/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Exposure
“Rainbow at Dawn.” Photo: Martin Stevens/ British Wildlife Photo Awards/ Exposure
“Three Frogs in Amplexus”. Photo: Ian Mason/ British Wildlife Photography Awards/ Exposure

By Aleph Willian under the supervision of journalist Denis de Almeida