Top wildlife snaps on display

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit all set to hit Kendal tomorrow, and it features hundred jaw dropping snaps, from lovely animal behavior to great wild landscapes. Now in their 50th year, the internationally famed yearly contest has attracted 48000 entries from around 98 nations, from pro and amateur photographers alike.
The exhibit, on loan from London’s Natural History Museum, would be showcased at the Kendal Museum till 29th November. A very rigorous selection procedure has drawn together judges from across the world, to select the top entries. Through the lens of photography, the exhibit clicks the beauty and intrigue of the planet, offering them a glimpse of natural world.
Kendal Museum’s curator manager Carol Davies reportedly stated that the museum team is happy to have such a lovely exhibition in their newly refurbished gallery. They expect local people and visitors to the town enjoy the photographs as well as their collections.
The touring exhibit would be downstairs in irregular gallery, where the museum would showcase on loop photographs from the exhibit with pictorial info in hospitality region. The gallery is open from 10.30 am to 5 pm; from Tuesday to Saturday; and adults entrance is payable at museum.
It is the 50th year of Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, and to celebrate this fete some of the top snaps have been drew together in a book. The contest was founded in the 1960s with only 361 entries. This year there was around 42000 entries incurred from 96 nations.

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit all set to hit Kendal tomorrow, and it features hundred jaw dropping snaps, from lovely animal behavior to great wild landscapes. Now in their 50th year, the internationally famed yearly contest has attracted 48000 entries from around 98 nations, from pro and amateur photographers alike.

The exhibit, on loan from London’s Natural History Museum, would be showcased at the Kendal Museum till 29th November. A very rigorous selection procedure has drawn together judges from across the world, to select the top entries. Through the lens of photography, the exhibit clicks the beauty and intrigue of the planet, offering them a glimpse of natural world.

Kendal Museum’s curator manager Carol Davies reportedly stated that the museum team is happy to have such a lovely exhibition in their newly refurbished gallery. They expect local people and visitors to the town enjoy the photographs as well as their collections.

The touring exhibit would be downstairs in irregular gallery, where the museum would showcase on loop photographs from the exhibit with pictorial info in hospitality region. The gallery is open from 10.30 am to 5 pm; from Tuesday to Saturday; and adults entrance is payable at museum.

It is the 50th year of Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, and to celebrate this fete some of the top snaps have been drew together in a book. The contest was founded in the 1960s with only 361 entries. This year there was around 42000 entries incurred from 96 nations.

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