Mats Andersson - profits in the world's most prestigious photography competition Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Last spring Mats Andersson became the first Swedish ever to win the title and became the year's Nordic nature photographer. However, the year 2016 seems to be Swedish photographer lucky year. The success continues and he combs also a profit in the world's most prestigious nature photography competition organized by the BBC and the Natural History Museum in London - Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
On October 18, announced the winners during the big gala in London at the Natural History Museum. Mats Andersson's winning photo, in black and white class, titled "Moonlight requiem" represents a pygmy owl eyes closed. An image came to spring 2015 in the forests of Småland, just south of Jönköping.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year award is the most prestigious nature photography competition in the world.
Getting a win in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year likened to receive an Academy Award (Oscar of nature photography).
Approximately 50,000 images involved with photographers from almost 100 different countries worldwide.
Some of the world's most famous nature photographers can be seen in the list of previous winners; Jim Brandenburg, Frans Lanting, Paul Nicklen, Vincent Munier, among others.
Mats Andersson – vinst i världens mest prestigefyllda fototävling Wildlife Photographer of the Year
> Vinnarbilden Moonlight requiem (Kontakta Mats Andersson)