Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

• Competition Ecological photographer in 2016

Spectacular photos of our environment. The winners of the competition and the applicants.

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

Water World. House slid into the water, Chennai, India. (Photo by SL Shanth Kumar | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

Hello! At the height of the bird's flight, Chicago. (Photo by Luke Massey | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

Come in large numbers. Abandoned lifejackets migrants who have arrived on the Greek island of Lesbos. (Photo by Sandra Hoyn | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

Urmia - the largest lake in the Middle East, located on the north-western Iran. To date, the lake is on the verge of extinction. Because of the drought, which began in 1998, over-consumption of the residents of the surrounding towns and villages of the water from the lake, as well as the construction of dams to feed its rivers Urmia has shrunk to less than half, or, if you count from 1995, it became shallow over 70%. (Photo by Pedram Yazdani | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

The top of the 238-meter skyscraper Burj Qatar in Doha (Qatar). Glass coated with a metal dome tower, executed in a traditional Islamic weave pattern. (Photo by Ray Toh | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

Sometimes the sea you can admire the magnificent natural phenomenon, which can be called boring word "bioluminescence", but you can - magical glow of the sea. And the spectacle is fascinating and diverse and mysterious.

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

A secluded place. House in the Cook Islands in the South Pacific, in Polynesia. (Photo by Richard Sidey | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

On the ecology here is not heard. Foundry in Calcutta, India. (Photo Raju Ghosh | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

And here heard about ecology. Factory for the production of mannequins in Istanbul, Turkey, where engaged in painting without respirators. (Photo by Stepan Rudyk | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Competition Environmental Photographer 2016

X-ray of the lungs of a miner from Myanmar. (Photo by Andre Malerba | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Blue gravel production, Bangladesh. (Photo by Faisal Azim | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Flooding in West Yorkshire, United Kingdom. (Photo by Steve Morgan | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Man-tree. Carnival in Spain. (Photo by Adrián Domínguez | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

About 1, 1 billion people worldwide live without electricity. (Photo by Ruben Salgado Escudero / Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Marine farming and seaweed, Borneo. (Photo by Eric Madeja | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Geothermal Energy - Energy direction, based on the production of thermal and electric energy by the energy contained in the ground, in geothermal power plants. In this case, Iceland. (Photo by Larry Louie | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Analysis of debris after a fire in the forest area in Sumatra. (Photo YT Haryono | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Toxic fishing in Indonesia. (Photo by Björn Vaughn | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016): Passenger traffic in the Bangladeshi. (Photo by Sandra Hoyn | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Beijing on the best way to go. (Photo by Sean Gallagher | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

In search of suitable grass. Shepherd and sheep in Spain. (Photo by Susana Girón | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

A trip to fetch water. In Ethiopia, severe drought over the past 50 years. (Photo by Jonathan Fontaine | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Warming, snow is not enough. Basketball in Tibet. (Photo Luc Forsyth | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Underwater Venice. According to research by 2100. Venice is flooded up to 250 times a year. (Photo by Antonio Busiello | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

On the border of two worlds, Greenland. (Photo by Christian Aslund | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Namusorili. In the background - the famous Taj Mahal. (Photo by Mustafa Abdul Hadi | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

Our future? Hydroponics - a method of growing plants without soil artificial media. (Photo by Guy Bell | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):

A dead pig in the bin as picture recycling conditions in farms on the outskirts of Nicosia, Cyprus. (Photo by Konstantinos Stergiopoulos | Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016):