If you’re looking for the perfect setting to catch up with friends, learn something new or be continually inspired by history and art then there is no better place in the city than the Royal Ontario Museum. Every time I visit the ROM I am amazed by how much there is to see. Right now the ROM has one exhibit that is breathtaking, jaw dropping, addictive and totally unreal. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is one exhibit you simply cannot miss!
The exhibit, which runs until March 20th, explores the diverse beauty of the natural world. The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is in its 51st year and attracts thousands of submissions from photographers of all ages all around the world. The exhibit is one of the longest-running and post prestigious nature photography competitions in the world. Featuring 100 awe inspiring photos with careful attention to composition, design and editing the photos in this exhibit show incredible talent. Displayed on the most beautiful light boards that illuminate the images, this exhibit takes visitors on a visual journey they will find themselves totally lost in!
This exhibit had such amazing photos mere words are simply not enough! Take a look at some highlights form the exhibit bellow, but be sure to visit the ROM soon to take in the full impact of this incredible collection of photographs.