Aishwarya Sridhar becomes the first Indian woman to win the world wildlife photographer of the year award.
Wildlife has always fascinated the peoples. Photographers from all over the world spend months in the jungle to capture the animal world on camera. In such a situation, to acknowledge the work of passionate wildlife photographers, the Wildlife Photographer of the year awards organized every year. For this, photographers from all over the world sent their photos, whose results have been announced. This year, an Indian photographer wins the prestigious award of world wildlife photographer of the year. On social media too, netizens are very fond of the winning photo of her.
In this age of today, girls are no more limited than boys in any field. Where before, boys were given consideration, now, with the hard work, dedication, and determination of the girls, illuminating the name of the families, and our country, in the whole world with their great feat. Meanwhile, Aishwarya Sridhar of West Bengal has won the 56th Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award for the year 2020, showing her talent in the field of photography, with which she has become the first Indian woman to win this award.
The 56th Wildlife Photographer of the Year award was announced on 13 October by the Natural History Museum in London. Let us tell you, that, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award is the most prestigious award of wildlife photography and by winning it, Aishwarya Sridhar has not only achieved this accomplishment but has also written the designation of India in the golden letters in the field of wildlife photography.
Aishwarya clicked this photo during trekking into Bhandardara in June 2019. This was the 56th edition of the world wildlife photography award. The title of Aishwarya’s photograph was “Lights of passion”. In this competition, 50,000 participants participated from the 80 countries from all over the world. But 100 photographs were selected out of which Aishwarya Sridhar of India won the award for the Behaviour Invertebrates category.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards, started by the Natural History Museum London. It is a global online photography competition, which brings out some interesting and funny pictures of the world of Wildlife. This year, the Russian photographer Sergy Gorshkov received this award for a picture of the Siberian Tiger. He had clicked this picture by hiding his camera in a forest in Russia.