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My Modern Metropolis    Out of the over 122,000 entries received from 170 countries, the Sony World Photography Awards has now shortlisted a few hundreds incredible entries in their prestigious photo competition.    It includes Running for Life by Frederick van Heerden.

14 giraffes flee after spotting lions in hunting mode. (Frederick van Heerden, South Africa, Shortlist, Nature & Wildlife, Open Competition 2013 Sony World Photography Awards)

Wildscape by Marina Cano | Fine Art

Marina Cano is a landscape and wildlife photographer. She has devoted three years of her life to a wild life project, which resulted in the book Cabárceno, named after the largest natural park nature reserve in Europe.

Breakfast with giraffes in fancy hotel Giraffe Manor, Kenya

"Prints Charming" Alana Zimmer by Liz Collins for Harper's Bazaar UK March 2014 valentino

Giraffes are my favorite animal ever and this picture is absolutely stunning. Amazing photography <3

♀ Wildlife photography animals kingdom Giraffe storm "I can see whats coming" by David Hobcote

Looks like the giraffe is fleeing from the flying bird

Africa Giraffe running across a flooded area in The Okavango in Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana. What I like about this image is that it seems that the small oxpecker is chasing the big giraffe when in fact it was running away from me and my camera.

Giraffes with Dust Devil, Amboseli 2007 Nick Brandt

Nick Brandt’s amazing rich tonal monochrome photos from East Africa. Images from books On This Earth, and A Shadow Falls are incomparable, and should probably be best experienced in a gallery.

Giraffe Motherly Love, Kenya by Mohammed H. Alnaser Photography

"Duh Mom, you're embarrassing me! My friends are watching." baby giraffe tries to wriggle out of checking his ears by mom!

Ⓙ Just love this picture, the depth of it.. allmost feel like being in there.. LETS PLAY!

© Jaap Wagenvoort The purpose of a dog life captured in one picture. Franck is having a ball! His number one favorite thing to do is to rip off the soft tissue of a tennis ball, until this is the result.