World-Renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition at the ROM
Features 100 awe-inspiring images of wildlife and our natural world
Specially priced Exhibition on display until March 22, 2015
Royal Ontario Museum
Garfield Weston Exhibition Hall, Level 2B
100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Main Entrance: Bloor Street West
Coming from the Natural History Museum in London, Wildlife Photographer of the Year is now in its 50th year and second year at the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum).
- The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition provides a global showcase of the very best nature photography. Winning entries are featured in the exhibition and selected by an international panel of judges based on creativity, artistry and technical complexity.
- The competition is co-owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide.
- It’s a major exhibition at the Natural History Museum, which tours worldwide throughout the year.
ROM presents the Canadian premiere of Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
- This year’s winning Canadian entries, from photographers Nick Hawkins and Jess Findlay, feature images from the Earth’s Diversity, Birds category.”
- The photographs are “installed with custom light boxes creating a dramatic view of the natural world.”
- The exhibition includes family friendly features such as hands-on activities, interactive games, fun wildlife and nature facts and more.
You can share your wildlife photography!
- In concert with Media Partner Canadian Geographic, ROM encourages exhibition visitors to share their nature and wildlife photographs using the hashtag #ROMWPY for the chance to see your photos on display in the Museum.