20 Best Entries From The Earth Photo 2023 Competition

20 Best Entries From The Earth Photo 2023 Competition

Photographers and filmmakers worldwide submitted their extraordinary work to Earth Photo 2023, an international competition and exhibition showcasing images that convey captivating narratives about our planet. Amongst a staggering number of over 1,400 entries, a distinguished panel of judges, comprising experts from the realms of photography, film, geography, and the environment, meticulously curated the Earth Photo 2023 shortlist. This compilation features 128 remarkable photos and videos contributed by 56 talented photographers and filmmakers.

You can witness these exceptional works of art in person at the Earth Photo exhibition, which will debut at the renowned Royal Geographical Society in London, running from 17th June to 23rd August 2023. Additionally, the exhibition will extend its reach to five stunning Forestry England sites across the country, captivating audiences from 23rd June 2023 to 28th January 2024.

Mark your calendars for the grand announcement of the winners, set to take place at the Royal Geographical Society on Thursday, 22nd June. For more details and to secure your tickets.

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#1 Green Barrier By Sandipani Chattopadhyay

#2 Coral Slime By Kerry Lowes

#3 Ingenuity Innovation on Inle Lake, Myanmar By Ju Shen Lee

#4 Lost Villages By Neil A White

#5 Crate to Plate By Joanna Vestey

#6 Airborne Ilex By Rob Kesseler

#7 Brick Kilns By Azim Khan Ronnie

#8 War Babies By Michal Siarek

#9 Gone Fishing By Neal Haddaway

#10 E-waste in Ghana By Sandra Weller

#11 Chalk Streams By Ellie Davies

#12 Tawny Owl By Sam Laughlin

#13 Bellingshausen Sea By James Kirkham

#14 The Edge of Existence By Robin Dodd

#15 Wooden Diamonds By Filippo Ferraro

#16 Food in the Garbage By Subrata Dey

#17 House Affected By Flood By Azim Khan Ronnie

#18 Searching For Life By Sandipani Chattopadhyay

#19 The Neighbour’s Got A new Car By Marcel Stahn

#20 Floating Vegetable Farming By Azim Khan Ronnie

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