As any regular readers will know, I’m a huge photography fan, both in taking my own and appreciating the high levels of others. So when I saw The Guardian had published a piece about the best photographs of 2019, I just had to share my favourite ones with you. Which ones stand out most to you?
Bond of Brothers by David Lloyd in Lumix People’s Choice
Greater Sage-Grouse by Elizabeth Boehm – 2019 Audubon Photography Awards
Flamingo Socks by Jasper Doest – 2019 World Press Photo Contest
Jump by Csaba Daróczi – Nature Photographer of the Year 2019
Golden rain by Norbert Kaszás – Nature Photographer of the Year 2019
Survival Instinct by Bence Máté – 2019 World Press Photo Contest
Falcons and the Arab Influence by Brent Stirton – 2019 World Press Photo Contest
Caretta caretta turtle by Eduardo Acevedo – Underwater Photographer of the Year 2019
I love the lions, but the turtle broke my heart. I just read an article this morning about sea turtles coming back to the Maldives and finding an airport runway where their nesting site once was. We need to be better stewards of this planet.
That’s one area where photography is especially important. A photograph like that has such a powerful impact and really lead to big changes.
I love words, but such a visual is so powerful.
I really like the frogs. I am a very big frog fan 🙂
I bet you had a Kermit as a kid 🙂
Another amazing set
Very happy to share them with you 🙂
How beautiful!! Thank you, Alex!
Always great to see you. They really are. Nature and wildlife is something extraordinary and beautiful.
“Bond of Brothers” talks to my heart. Thanks for sharing these fabulous photos, Alex.
That’s my favourite too. So much expression and affection in that photo. They are such glorious animals.
These are all so beautiful – I can’t narrow it down to a favourite. Thanks for sharing these. 🙂
Ha! There’s no wrong answer. So glad you liked them. I wanted to share a wide range of animals, places and colour.