Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The Royal BC Museum is hosting the 2011 Wildlife Photographer of the Year North American premiere

'Polar Power' is one of the 180 photos in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition making its North American premiere at the Royal BC Museum Dec. 16

The Royal BC Museum is the first Venue in North America to host the 2011 Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition tour.

The 500-square-metre exhibition includes 108 photographs on back-lit panels with detailed captions telling the story behind each one. Technical details of the photographic equipment used is also included.

The exhibition is from London’s Natural History Museum and showcases photographs in 18 categories (young photographer, underwater world, wild places, photojournalist and more). The photos were chosen from thousands of entries from around the world. It runs until April 9, 2012. M

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