I'm thrilled to announce that my image "Painted Pillars" is the winner of the Canadian Geographic, Urban Wildlife category in the 2019 Canadian Wildlife Photography of the Year Competition!
The Campbell River Cruise Ship Terminal on Vancouver Island has gone unused for years; in the meantime, a dazzling array of marine life has colonized the pillars of its piers. Discovery Passage is known for some of the strongest tides in the world, which bring nutrient-rich water to the diverse marine species that thrive in this area. The terminal has become a metropolis for a brilliant display of life, hence the name “Painted Pillars”.
The prize includes copy of the book The Natural History of Canadian Mammals, 4 free admissions to the Canadian Museum of Nature, a selection of Canadian Museum of Nature products, Zhiyun Crane M2 Stabilizer for Compact Mirrorless Cameras, a MeFoto Globetrotter Air Travel Tripod Kit, a Tenba Axis Tactical 24L Backpack and a one-year subscription to Canadian Geographic!
I'm also offer this winning image as a canvas print with FREE shipping to Canada & USA: www.maxwelhohn.com/prints