Sunday, May 20, 2012

International Conservation Photography Awards

The Burke Museum
June 30, 2012 – Nov. 25, 2012

I was thrilled to be juried into this show
opening June 30, 2012

 2012 International Conservation Photography Awards
Seattle –The Burke Museum will once again exhibit the winners of the International Conservation Photography Awards, a biennial juried competition initiated in 1997 by acclaimed local nature photographer, Art Wolfe.  

Over 75 photos were chosen from more than 1500 images submitted by amateur and professional photographers from across the globe. The photographs are conservation-focused, chosen in categories such as Wildlife, Landscape, Underwater, and Community at Risk, which focuses on environmental threats to urban areas. Capturing beautiful moments in the natural world, the photos connect us to the tiniest of creatures and enormous environmental changes. The competition and its award-winning photos inspire, educate, and encourage us all to consider our impacts on the world’s natural resources.
Here are the links to this year's competition. 
Check the Burke Website for a full schedule and details

On the ICP Awards site you can view my entry in 2010 -
Honorable Mention - Puget Sound at Risk category

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