Black and White Competition | International Garden Photographer of the Year

Winners, finalists and more from the Black and White Competition

1st place
Michael Hudson
‘Ancient Oak Tree’
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2nd place
Lotte Grønkjær-Funch
‘Twice the Same’
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3rd place
Marcio Cabral
‘Cerrado Sunset’
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Finalist
Regina Helena Raso Bastos
‘Mirror’
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Highly Commended
Lotte Grønkjær-Funch
‘Physalis alkekengi’
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Black and White Competition
International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 11
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International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 11

Cerrado Sunrise, the Winner of the International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 11, by Marcio Cabral

A huge thank you and congratulations to all of our winning photographers who have once again captured the incredible beauty, diversity and importance of plant life, from the wilds of Patagonia to the English country garden. A special congratulations goes to Marcio Cabral, of Brasilia, Brazil, who is the overall winner and the International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 11.
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The Beauty of Plants
Finalist
‘Rainbow’ by Stephen Moore
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Trees, Woods & Forests
1st place
‘Autumn in Padley Gorge’ by Dave Fieldhouse
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Wildlife in the Garden
Finalist
‘I See You’ by Wei Fu
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Greening the City
3rd place
‘Self-Reflection’ by Yingting Shih
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International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 11
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The 15th Annual Smithsonian Photo Contest

The 15th Annual Photo Contest is now closed. Look for our finalist announcement in spring 2018 and enjoy our archives in the meantime! Thank you for being part of our photo community.

Some featured entries, editor’s pick and photos of the day:

Caddy Camper in the Mojave Desert
by David Evans
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Fantasia
by Yen Sin Wong
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Downstairs
by Klaus Lenzen
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This is in the middle of nowhere, an unknown pond, a duck that I can’t tell which kind, but at one moment, they all become alive, beautifully alive, the fog and sunshine paint this little scene with golden colours.
by Victor Liu
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Elephant seal pup gets struck by a wave on South Georgia
by Anthony Smith
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From Above
by Jassen Todorov
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Mirage
by Tien Sang Kok
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Evening light on the Indian Himalayas
by Dipanjan Mitra
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Untitled
by Adrian Galle
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The 15th Annual Smithsonian Photo Contest
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Travel

100 best photographers | Travel | Best of 35photo 2017

Шевченко Юрий
Романтика на скалах
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Шевченко Юрий
Viking land
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Виктор
Старая мельница
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Виктор
Ханой, утро, туман…
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Таймас
ЛОФОТЕНЫ
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Таймас
САГА КИТАЙСКАЯ О ЛЕГЕНДАРНОМ СТАРИК
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Вера
Догонялки
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Вера
Все время вверх
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Александр Перов
Спят усталые игрушки…
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Александр Перов
Ночные гонки по Тоскане
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Best photographers and photos of site 35photo 2017
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Landscape

100 best photographers | Landscape | Best of 35photo 2017

Karol Nienartowicz
Bonsai II
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Karol Nienartowicz
Trolltunga
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Кирилл Уютнов
Холодный северный месяц
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Кирилл Уютнов
Сны о лете
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Дмитрий Архипов
По кипарисовым болотам
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Дмитрий Архипов
Старая мельница
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류재윤
White Heroine
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류재윤
Sacred Pine Trees
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Майк Рейфман
Предчувствие грозы
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Майк Рейфман
Синее Нашествие
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Best photographers and photos of site 35photo 2017
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Infrared Chernobyl by Vladimir Migutin

Infrared filters are known for creating a weird, eerie mood in pictures, no matter what you’re capturing. That is why taking a filter like that to an already haunting-looking place like Chernobyl might make the scenery pictures you take look even more impressive. Photographer Vladimir Migutin did just that on his trip to the town in Ukraine that suffered the infamous nuclear disaster.

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from: Chernobyl Shot With Infrared Photography Looks More Haunting Than Ever (Interview)
by​ Iveta

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