Black and White Minimalist Photography Award Has Been Chosen, and Here Are Some of the Best Images Submitted

 Black and White Minimalist Photography held a yearly competition where they received over 1,400 entries for consideration. Artists worldwide submit their minimalistic black and white pictures aiming to win the big prize. There’s a panel of three judges. Olivier Robert, a professional photographer and architect, Noell Oszvald, a photographer and visual artist, and Milad Safabakhsh, the Chief Editor of Bnw Minimalism Magazine. They are the ones the select the three prize winners.

This year the one that stole the show was Tim Nevell. He won the first prize of $1,000 for his photo titled Alone.

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“This image was shot with my Mavic2 Pro drone on a winter trip to Iceland, we were travelling to Myvatn in the North of the island and this was a scene about 50 miles from the village, I loved the desolate volcanic landscape covered in snow and the distant endless horizon perspective,” said the photographer.

The competition was opened to photographers worldwide, with the only criteria being the minimum age of 18-years-old. The winner will be featured in the magazine’s upcoming annual photography book, also in an exhibition of the top workd in the 3D virtual gallery Artdaloon.

This competition received a lot of amazing images submitted by talented photographers worldwide. Scroll down below to check out the selection we’ve made for you, and don’t forget to upvote your favorite.

1. Sit down, Free thoughts by Pierre PellegriniSecond Place Winner

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2. Sossusvlei Trees by Hector Izquierdo SelivaThird Place Winner

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3.In Waves by Tomas Tison

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4. Huston We Have No Problem Daniel Franc

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5. Jungle Falls by Tirta Winata

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6. Lead Me Home By Costas Kariolis

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7. Lineae by Roberts Kovacs

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8. Solo by Allen Koppe

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9. Secret Canyon by Blake Enting

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10. Snowboard Track On Norikura By Scott Rinckenberger

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11. Taboo by Fattah Zinouri

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12. The Flying Swam By David Xu

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13. Circles in the Water Michael Bille

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14. Curves by Steve Day

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15. Downstairs by Nicolas Pollet-Villard

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16. Palm Tree by Emilia Kashfian

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17. Skogafoss by David Rosen

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18. Zeeland Bridge by Gee Hurkmans

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19. “The Journey Back Home” by Loh Soo Mui

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20. “The Beginning” by Fritz Weise

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Photographer Captures Vast Array of Wild Animals That Cross a Nearby Log Bridge

While we might not all be lucky enough to have bears and bobcats in our backyard, it’s super easy to capture footage of your own local wildlife. All you need to do is invest in one of the best trail cameras, pick a suitable spot in your garden and then simply sit back and wait. The beauty of trail cameras is that they completely remove the human element from wildlife photography and videography. Even the most experienced wildlife photographer runs the risk of encroaching on their subject’s space and affecting their behavior.

And the fact that you don’t need a pro-level camera and telephoto lens to capture amazing footage of local wildlife – is also proved by a YouTube video. The video shows an incredible mixture of animals crossing a log bridge in Pennsylvania. Captured by local man Robert Bush using a camera trap, wildlife including bears, bobcats, grouse, beavers, and more used a fallen log to traverse the terrain. In addition, Bush runs a Facebook Page and YouTube Channel Bob’s Pennsylvania Wildlife Camera, where he posts all of his footage as it’s captured.

Hence, you can find Robert’s video below which shows animals that crossed the bridge over the course of one year. This is a natural habitat of all these species, and it’s fascinating just how many of them there are. In the meantime, check out more of Robert Bush’s incredible wildlife footage here. It’s all about wildlife and if you enjoy wildlife photography and films, I’m sure you’ll love it!

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#1 A camera set up in Pennsylvania has produced amazing footage of local wildlife, including bears, bobcats, beavers & more

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This amazing video was created using a trail camera over the course of a year. It seems that Robert Bush was able to cannily predict that the fallen log would provide a ‘choke point’ for land-based wildlife to be able to cross the river.

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#10 After his initiative went viral, Robert shared his thoughts behind it

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#11 Here’s what people said about his wonderful work

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