September 25, 2022

Gut-wrenching image of a wild cat killing a flamingo wins Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2022

Nature TTL Photographer of the Year has actually simply revealed its 2022 winners. Seen as a group, the images show all sides of nature and wildlife: from tender and magical, to threatening and raw. And when we take a look at the individual image that won this years contest: its everything about the latter.

Gut-wrenching Image Of A Wild Cat Killing A Flamingo Wins Nature TTL Photographer Of The Year 2022

The winning picture of Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2022 shows a caracal bring a dead flamingo in its jaws. While we all understand this is typical in the wild, the image isnt for the faint-hearted. Still, all of the classification winners are absolutely sensational, so I invite you to go through this years winners and discover both the beauty and the risks of the world around us.

Gut-wrenching Image Of A Wild Cat Killing A Flamingo Wins Nature TTL Photographer Of The Year 2022

This year, over 8,000 images were participated in the competition. But the overall winner is Dennis Stogsdill from the USA. His image A Cat and Its Prize made me and my DIYP friend Alex ill, so were among those faint-hearted I pointed out above. The judges were apparently more powerful than us, granting David with the title of the total winner and the ₤ 1,500 cash reward. In addition, his image also won the Animal Behaviour category.

Gut-wrenching Image Of A Wild Cat Killing A Flamingo Wins Nature TTL Photographer Of The Year 2022

© Dennis Stogsdill/Nature TTL 2022

Gut-wrenching Image Of A Wild Cat Killing A Flamingo Wins Nature TTL Photographer Of The Year 2022

The contest also acknowledges the Young Nature TTL Photographer of the Year. This year, the winner is 13-year-old Achintya Murthy from India with his photo of two malabar parakeets battling.

Gut-wrenching Image Of A Wild Cat Killing A Flamingo Wins Nature TTL Photographer Of The Year 2022

” This is nature at its most raw. The caracal is soaked from chasing after the flamingos through the waters, but has come out on top,” states Will Nicholls, Founder of Nature TTL. “The contrasting colors against the dark environments truly make this image pop. A terrific scene to have actually been able to observe no doubt, not to mention capture exquisitely on video camera.”

Gut-wrenching Image Of A Wild Cat Killing A Flamingo Wins Nature TTL Photographer Of The Year 2022

Achintya Murthy/Nature TTL 2022

Professional photographers competed in 8 various classifications commemorating the natural world: Animal Behaviour, Camera Traps, Landscapes, Small World, The Night Sky, Underwater, Urban Wildlife, and Wild Portraits. You can take a look at the classification winners listed below, and make certain to have a look at the Nature TTL Photographer of the Years website for more information about the competition.

© Tomasz Szpila/Nature TTL 2022; Wild Portraits winner

© Matt Engelmann/Nature TTL 2022; Wild Portraits runner-up

© Michael Snedic/Nature TTL 2022; Animal Behaviour runnr-up

© Geoffrey Reynaud/Nature TTL 2022; Camera Traps winner

© Sascha Fonseca/Nature TTL 2022; Camera Traps runner-up

© Andy Schmid/Nature TTL 2022; Underwater winner

© Talia Greis/Nature TTL 2022; Underwater runner-up

© Josselin Cornou/Nature TTL 2022; The Night Sky winner

© Mauro Tronto/Nature TTL 2022; The Night Sky runner-up

© Tibor Litauszki/Nature TTL 2022; Small World winner

© Tim Crabb/Nature TTL 2022; Small World runner-up

© Bertus Hanekom/Nature TTL 2022 Landscapes winner

© Marek Biegalski/Nature TTL 2022; Landscapes runner-up

© Jan Piecha/Nature TTL 2022; Urban Wildlife winner

© Josselin Coronou/Nature TTL 2022; Urban Wildlife runner-up

© Maksymilian Paczkowski/Nature TTL 2022; Under 16 runner-up

Nature TTL Photographer of the Year has actually simply revealed its 2022 winners. The winning image of Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2022 shows a caracal bring a dead flamingo in its jaws. Still, all of the classification winners are definitely sensational, so I welcome you to go through this years winners and discover both the appeal and the dangers of the world around us.

The judges were obviously more powerful than us, granting David with the title of the overall winner and the ₤ 1,500 cash reward. The caracal is soaked from going after the flamingos through the waters, but has come out on top,” says Will Nicholls, Founder of Nature TTL.