Chantel Jeffries arrives for the opening ceremony and screening of the film “Everybody Knows” on May 8, 2018 during the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France. (Photo by Eric Gaillard/Reuters)
Of the epic landscape, the California-based photographer said: “It was an incredible moment and I'm just glad I decided that day to pick up my camera and give it a go because I don't know if I will ever get the chance again”. (Photo by Nolan Nitschke/Caters News)
Cotswold gamekeeper shoots amazing pictures of British wildlife – without the aid of long lenses and elaborate techniques. The photos may look like they have been shot from miles away – but amazingly Adam Tatlow is actually just feet away from his wild subjects. Photo: Young fawn shelters in the wood. He is so at one with nature that he knows how to call animals to him, and often gets within 30ft of them. (Photo by Adam Tatlow/BNPS)
Second place, Nature: double trapping. Picture taken in the Brazilian Pantanal ... when I downloaded the CF did not want to believe it ... The nature knows we always give magnificent events but sometimes extraordinary. (Photo by Massimiliano Bencivenni/National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest)
In Canada, a small sea lion seems very narcissistic, put on a variety of expressions and gestures to the camera, self-shot was exhilaration, it does not know the photographer Jon Cornforth next to it quietly photographed its body posture.