Winners have been announced for the world's biggest dog photography contest. Hosted by the Kennel Club, the Dog Photographer of the Year Competition 2019 has seen thousands of entries from canine-loving photographers all over the world. This year's overall winner is Denise Czichocki for her picture "Dreaming Merlin," which captures Merlin, a 14-year-old, deaf rescue dog in a flowery setting.
WELCOME to the International Paw-trait Gallery, a canine collection of the finest works by dog-loving photographers from all over the world - otherwise known as the pup-arazzi. The snaps have all won categories in The Kennel Club's annual Dog Photographer Of The Year competition.
The Kennel Club's Dog Photographer of The Year competition has released its stunning winners and entries. There are moving photographs of rescue dogs and pups enjoying the outdoors.
The Kennel Club has announced the winners of the 2019 Dog Photographer of the Year competition, revealing a selection of heartwarming images that celebrate man's best friend. Now in its 14th year, the international, annual competition received almost 7,000 entries from over 70 different countries around the world, including Brazil, Canada, USA, China, Russia, Australia, and New Zealand.
Naast Monica van der Maden van MoNoa Photography viel ook de Rijense Lotte van Alderen van Fosco Fotografie in de prijzen bij de internationale hondenfotowedstrijd in Londen. Lotte won de derde plaats in de categorie 'puppy'. De Rijense vrouwen zijn de enige Nederlandse winnaars van deze grote internationale fotowedstrijd.
We're sure all your Instagram snaps of dogs you see on public transport are lovely, but they're not a patch on these particular photos. The winners have been revealed from the Dog Photographer of the Year competition, organised by the Kennel Club.
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Picture perfect! Puppies and rescue dogs lead the winners of Kennel Club's Dog Photographer of the Year competition
This year's overall winner of the Kennel Club's Dog Photographer of the Year was Denise Czichocki, from Switzerland, with a picture of her 14-year-old deaf rescue pooch Merlin.
Kennel Club announced this year's winners of Dog Photographer of the year Denise Czichocki's Merlin, a Podengo rescue from Switzerland, took first place The 14-year-old deaf pup was snapped among pretty pink flowers by its owner Competition rewards winners in 10 categories and 'special mention' category Winner of the 'Puppies' categories was Monica van der Maden with her twin pups The results are in for this year's edition of the Kennel Club's Dog Photographer of the Year.
The Kennel Club's Dog Photographer of The Year competition has released its stunning winners. From moving photographs of rescue dogs being embraced, to pups enjoying the outdoors, these images are sure to brighten your day.
Title of image: 'Dark dawn with Noah' Dog: Noah, Labrador Retriever Little Noah was so much fun to photograph. Once in a while she suddenly got the zoomies and began running around like a crazy pup. It was a dark and rainy December morning and there were still some raindrops on the plants around us.
The Kennel Club has just announced the winners of the 2019 Dog Photographer of the Year competition celebrating the best dog photos from around the world. This year, the 14th edition of the contest, nearly 7,000 entries were received from 70 countries around the globe.
Each year The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show awards 'Best in Show' to one lucky dog - but what about the humans? Well, dog enthusiasts can rejoice, now in its 14th year, the Kennel Club's Dog Photographer of the Year recognizes the most talented photographers who are able to capture the best canine photo on their camera.
It's a dog's life: Winning images from the Kennel Club's Dog Photographer of the Year competition - Australian Photography
Now in its fourteenth year, the international competition received almost 7,000 entries from over 70 different countries around the globe, including Brazil, Canada, USA, China, Russia, Australia and New Zealand. Denise Czichocki from Switzerland has been chosen as the overall winner of the competition with "Dreaming Merlin", which sees Merlin, the 14-year-old rescue Podengo, sat amongst a magnolia setting, which was also placed first in the 'Oldies' category.
Bu həftə Britaniya Kinologiya Assosiasiyası hər il keçirilən "Dog Photographer of the Year" müsabiqəsinin yekunlarını açıqlayıb. Qalibləri artıq mükafatlandırıblar. Müsabiqədə iştirak edən ev heyvanlarının sosial şəbəkələrdə paylaşılan şəkillərini sizə təqdim edirik.
When the winners of the Dog Photographer of the Year contest are announced, we always wait in anticipation to see the spectacular selection of photos of dogs from all over the world and all walks of life.