Zorro asustando a marmota gana el Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019

La foto de una marmota asustada por un zorro ha sido seleccionada como la ganadora del prestigioso concurso de Fotógrafo de Vida Silvestre del Año 2019. Titulada “El momento”, la imagen fue capturada por el fotógrafo Yongqing Bao de China

“Un poderoso marco de humor y horror, captura el drama y la intensidad de la naturaleza”, dice la competencia sobre la toma.

“Fotográficamente, es simplemente el momento perfecto”, dice Roz Kidman Cox, presidente del jurado. “La intensidad expresiva de las posturas te mantiene paralizado, y el hilo de energía entre las patas levantadas parece mantener a los protagonistas en perfecto equilibrio.

“Las imágenes de la meseta Qinghai-Tíbet son bastante raras, pero haber capturado una interacción tan poderosa entre un zorro tibetano y una marmota, dos especies clave para la ecología de esta región de pastizales altos, es extraordinario”.

Este año se presentaron más de 48,000 propuestas al concurso de 100 países de todo el mundo.

Estas son algunas de las otras fotos ganadoras:

“Humming surprise” by Thomas Easterbrook, UK. Winner of 10 years and under. Thomas Easterbrook / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Night glow” by Cruz Erdmann, New Zealand. Winner of 11-14 years old. Cruz Erdmann / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Early riser” by Riccardo Marchgiani, Italy. Winner of 15-17 years old. Riccardo Marchgiani / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Snow-plateau nomads” by Shangzhen Fan, China. Winner of Animals in Their Environment. Shangzhen Fan / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Face of deception” by Ripan Biswas, India. Winner of Animal Portraits. Ripan Biswas / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Pondworld” by Manuel Plaickner, Italy. Winner of Behaviour: Amphibians and Reptiles. Manuel Plaickner / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Land of the eagle” by Audun Rikardsen, Norway. Winner of Behaviour: Birds. Audun Rikardsen / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“The architectural army” by Daniel Kronauer, USA. Winner of Behaviour: Invertebrates. Daniel Kronauer / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“The equal match” by Ingo Arndt, Germany. Joint Winner of Behaviour: Mammals. Ingo Arndt / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Tapestry of life” by Zorica Kovacevic, Serbia/USA. Winner of Plants and Fungi. Zorica Kovacevic / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“The garden of eels” by David Doubilet, USA. Winner of Under Water. David Doubilet / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“The rat pack” by Charlie Hamilton James, UK. Winner of Urban Wildlife. Charlie Hamilton James / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Creation” by Luis Vilariño Lopez, Spain. Winner of Earth’s Environments. Luis Vilariño Lopez / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Snow exposure” by Max Waugh, USA. Winner of Black and White. Max Waugh / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Another barred migrant” by Alejandro Prieto, Mexico. Winner of Wildlife Photojournalism: Single Image. Alejandro Prieto / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Show time” by Jasper Doest, Netherlands. Winner of Wildlife Photojournalist Story Award. Jasper Doest / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“Frozen moment” by Jérémie Villet, France. Winner of Rising Star Portfolio Award. Jérémie Villet / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.
“The huddle” by Stefan Christmann, Germany. Winner of Wildlife Photographer of the Year Portfolio Award. Stefan Christmann / Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

El fotógrafo de vida salvaje del año es desarrollado y producido por el Museo de Historia Natural de Londres. Las fotografías ganadoras se exhibirán en el Museo de Historia Natural del Reino Unido y recorrerán el mundo a través de países como Canadá, España, Estados Unidos, Australia y Alemania.

Via PetaPixel

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