Award-winning wildlife photography at Detroit Zoo

A series of snaps from the world’s biggest wildlife photography contest will make its debut in the United States at the Detroit Zoo.

The exhibit called Wildlife Photographer of the Year will start on Friday and will go on till 1st June at the Ford Education Center of the zoo.
The showcase features winners from this year’s contest. One hundred pictures were selected from around 42000 snaps by photographers from ninety-six nations. Ron Kagan, the chief executive officer of the zoo, said that the exhibit features magnificent snapshots representing the perfect timing and skill of the photographers.
Speaking about wildlife photography, we must here talk a bit about David Yarrow. He now takes great photos in Africa in the midst of dust and heat clicking magnificent snaps of the animal kingdom. He has captured some of the most iconic snaps of the world. His stunning monochrome snaps have fetch up to £50000 at auction. He said that camping in the wilderness of Kenya is more exciting than football.
He started out with a Kodak point and shoot that he would take to football matches in an effort to click his favorite players. During that time, he knew that photography would be a huge play a big part in his life the day he took snapshots at a Scotland v Australia rugby game at Murrayfield. When he was 20, he was named the Young Scottish Photographer of the Year.