Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition

From the oceans depths to the frozen mountain tops, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit lionizes the rich regalia of life on this world, and now Bristol's MShed is showcasing hundred of the contest’s most magnificent photographs.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

A stunning but haunting portrayal of the battle for life in a subarctic climate snatched the top spot in the 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards. The snapshot, clicked by Canadian amateur photographer Don Gutoski is being showcased at MShed as the nature photography show on Earth makes its yearly pilgrimage to Bristol from the Natural History Museum, London, this time backed by a Manchester restaurant offers website.

The prestigious exhibition and competition celebrates the robust array of life on this planet, showcasing its beauty as well as spotlighting its frangibleness. It show the natural world's most challenging and stunning sights; from interesting animal behavior and wild landscapes, to humans relationships and the natural world.

Don, an emergency physician, received the prize of 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year by a panel of judges for his snap of Tale of Two Foxes, clicked in the subarctic weathers of Cape Churchill in Canada. Beating over 42000 entries given from ninety-six nations, Don's shot grabbed centre stage in the exhibit. Last month, it was premiered at Natural History Museum.