Welcome to the Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year
Congratulations to Matthew Smith of New South Wales, who was announced as the Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year, with his Animal Portrait image Physalia Physalis.
Winners of the 2014 competition were announced at a launch event at the South Australian Museum
on Thursday 9 October 2014. View an online gallery
of all the finalists, or come in person and vote for your favourite in the People's Choice Award, to be announced on Friday 21 November.
The 2014 Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year exhibition will be on display at the South Australian Museum from 10 October to 30 November 2014 before travelling to other locations around Australia.
ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year
Matthew Smith, NSW, for Physalia Physalis
Ofer Levy, NSW
Winner - Jesse McCoullough, NSW, for Probe
Runner-up - Ofer Levy, NSW, for Soldier Crab Flamenco
Winner - Raoul Slater, Qld, for Spider in Mist
Runner-up - David Burren, Vic, for Lonely Gentoo Penguin
Winner - Michael Gallagher, UK, for Hairy Frogfish in the Spotlight
Runner-up - Ofer Levy, NSW, for Regent Flight
Winner - Ted Mead, Tas, for Myrtle Glade
Runner-up - Clive Chesson, SA, for Free in the Breeze
Winner - Debbie Fowler, NSW, for Tree of Life
Runner-up - Marc Lynch, NSW, for Bats in Blue
Winner - Kah Kit Yoong, Vic, for What Dreams are Made Of
Runner-up - Julie Fletcher, SA, for Sky Drama
Winner - Charles H Davis, NSW, for Praise to the Rain
Runner-up - Jordan Ek, USA, for Bird Tree
Winner - Keith Lightbody, WA, for Salinity by Twilight
Runner-up - Michael Gallagher, UK, for Shark Net Seahorse
Winner - Keith Lightbody, WA, for Social Drinking
Runner-up - Matti Ovaska, Qld, for Say 'Ahh'
Winner - Ian Bool, NSW, age 16, for Australian Emperor Dragonfly
Runner-up - Scott Carnie-Bronca, SA, age 12, for Rings in the Sky