Anzang nature photography exhibition at SA Museum

'Don't mind me!' by Andrew Peacock, Portfolio Winner, and Our Impact Finalist, ANZANG 2013

‘Don’t mind me!’ by Andrew Peacock, Portfolio Winner, and Our Impact Finalist, ANZANG 2013

The Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2013 exhibition is happening at the South Australian Museum, and there are some truly stunning images on display. The exhibition will continue until Monday 25th November, 10.00 am – 5.00 pm daily, in the special exhibition hall on the ground floor.

Here is a selection of the photos you’ll see – it was hard to cut it down to just these, as there are so many fine photos, but if you go to the exhibition, you’ll be able to see them all.

'BamBam' by Vanessa Mignon, Finalist, Underwater Subject, ANZANG 2013 - See more at: http://www.samuseum.sa.gov.au/explore/exhibitions/the-australian-geographic-anzang-nature-photographer-of-the-year-2013#sthash.6cOikMDX.dpuf

‘BamBam’ by Vanessa Mignon, Finalist, Underwater Subject, ANZANG 2013.

'Purple Thistle' by Wendy Broekx, Finalist, Botanical Subject, ANZANG 2013

‘Purple Thistle’ by Wendy Broekx, Finalist, Botanical Subject, ANZANG 2013

'Chilling out' by Shelley Pearson, Finalist, Animal Behaviour, ANZANG 2013

‘Chilling out’ by Shelley Pearson, Finalist, Animal Behaviour, ANZANG 2013

'Green Tree Python (_Morelia viridis_)' by Stephen Zozaya, Finalist, Animal Portrait, ANZANG 2013

‘Green Tree Python (_Morelia viridis_)’ by Stephen Zozaya, Finalist, Animal Portrait, ANZANG 2013

'Pelican quarrel' by Justin Gilligan, Winner, Underwater Subject, ANZANG 2013. The Australian Pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus) is often attracted to boat ramps in search of an easy fish scrap meal provided by fishers after they have cleaned their catch. This trio of pelicans seemed to be a tangle of beaks as they squabbled over the fish frame thrown to them by a local fisherman. This interesting interaction only lasted a second before it was all over. Little Beach, Nelson Bay, NSW, Australia.

‘Pelican quarrel’ by Justin Gilligan, Winner, Underwater Subject, ANZANG 2013.
The Australian Pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus) is often attracted to boat ramps in search of an easy fish scrap meal provided by fishers after they have cleaned their catch. This trio of pelicans seemed to be a tangle of beaks as they squabbled over the fish frame thrown to them by a local fisherman. This interesting interaction only lasted a second before it was all over. Little Beach, Nelson Bay, NSW, Australia.

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