International Photography Awards 2014

Second place in Wildlife Category of International Photography Awards 2014


Three Honorable mentions


I am pleased to announce that my black and white polar bear photograph “At The Edge” has won the second place in the International photography awards contest. As well two honorable mentions, one in landscape photography and one more in wildlife photography category. IPA invites professional and non-professional photographers to participate in the annual international photography awards contest. Every year from around the globe, professional and non professional photographers compete for the title ‘International Photographer of the Year’. The IPA, is a sister-effort of the Lucie foundation and considered as one of the most ‘wanted’ title for photographers around the globe. The mission of the Lucie foundation is to discover new and emerging talents, honor the world’s master photographers as well to promote the appreciation of photography.

This year I have submitted pictures from my landscape and wildlife photography photographs to the IPA awards 2014. Three of my photographs were chosen in honorable mentions and my black and white polar bear picture made the second place in the wildlife category.

“At The Edge”

Polar bear black and white fine art photograph. Polar bear at edge of a rock at shoreline


Honorable mentions

Landscape category:

Silent Roar – black and white landscape photograph of the Epupa falls at the northern border in Namibia to Angola.

Wildlife category:

What Will the Future Hold – color photograph – Polar bear standing on the pack ice at sunset at 83 degrees in the Arctic sea.

At the Edge –  B&W – Polar bear standing at the edge, on a big rock to the Arctic sea at the shore of the Kvitøya island in Svalbard, Norway.


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By Anette Mossbacher