• Okavango Delta - OG 36
    Okavango Delta - OG 36

    Jennifer Hayes

  • Fire in the Sea
    Fire in the Sea

    Michael AW - OG 36

  • Harp Seal - OG 36
    Harp Seal - OG 36

    Jennifer Hayes

  • Mangroves - OG 36
    Mangroves - OG 36

    Michael AW

  • Wildlife Photographer of the Year
    Wildlife Photographer of the Year

    Don Gutoski - OG 35

  • Iceland - Diving Silfra
    Iceland - Diving Silfra

    Michael AW - OG 35

  • Puffins in Hot Soup
    Puffins in Hot Soup

    Michael AW - OG 35

  • Nautilus Window
    Nautilus Window

    Borut Furlan - OG 35

  • The Man in the Yellow Hood - OG 35
    The Man in the Yellow Hood - OG 35

    Rusiate Balenagasau 1960-2015

  • Sensual Sea
    Sensual Sea

    Doug Perrine - OG 34

  • OG 34
    OG 34

    Most Memorable Moment - Michael AW

  • Most Memorable Moment
    Most Memorable Moment

    Jorgen Rasmussen - OG 33

  • The Polar Bear's Sanctuary
    The Polar Bear's Sanctuary

    Inger Vandyke - OG 32

  • Francis Perez - PICOTY 2014
    Francis Perez - PICOTY 2014

    Winner - Portfolio

  • How much can a Polar Bear bear?
    How much can a Polar Bear bear?

    by Michael AW - OG 30

  • Sharks that Rebuilt an Island
    Sharks that Rebuilt an Island

    by Steve de Neef - OG 29

  • Galapagos
    Galapagos

    Photography by Foo Pu Wen ( OG25)

  • Mosaic of the Red Sea
    Mosaic of the Red Sea

    By Amanda Cotton (OG22)

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