Photography contest and climate changes

SkyPixel is the most important of aerial photography contest in the world, receiving over 44,000 entries from people in 141 countries, in landscape, portrait and story categories.

“Aerial photography inspires us to explore the unknown world and create unique works of art from a brand new perspective. Founded three years ago, SkyPixel is now one of the premier aerial photography communities in the world with over six million registered professionals and enthusiasts.”

The Grand Prize was given to Florian Ledoux, a photographer from France. He won the prize with the photo “Above the polar bear”. He wrote: Dear future generation, I hope we will still be able to see the Arctic wildlife as we do now. It is threatened as the environment is changing. I was able to witness many scenes of wildlife and I can guarantee you this is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. Incredible and unique shot above a polar bear in Nunavut, Baffin area during wildlife reportage in Nunavut and Greenland.

 

Above the polar bear by Florian Ledoux

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You can see more winners of the photography contest below:

 

Inle River fishing show 

Myanmar’s Inu River, the ancient and unique fishing methods, attracting countless tourists to watch

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The path of camels across the sands by Abdullah Alnassar

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“The Land of the Earth” – Revelation of Man Made Nature

The author recorded the destroyed land in aerial photography. This photo was shot in a mine tailings.

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Raising ducks by Cao Ky Nhan

At downstream of BA River (Tuy Hoa City, Phu Yen Province, Vietnam) the farmers are raising ducks in the big numbers. The white ducks make a nice spot for a peaceful river.

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