National Geographic is amazing us with all the facts and photos that it has, each time. The shots of nature, animals, landscapes, etc. are completely breathtaking and worth watching. The same idea was picked up by the Kennel Club Dog Photographer of the Year, but with a little change, as his subject was something that we are fonder of, more familiar with – dogs.
On July 16, 2018, the results for Dog Photographer of the Year 2018 were announced, and there are a total of ten categories, like, “Dogs at Play”, “Assistance Dogs and Dog Charities”, “Dog Portrait”, etc. All of these categories focused mainly on one thing, that was the content of the photograph, except for one category, which was the category of “Young Pup Photographer”, and it was for those people who participated and were of 11 years in age or younger. These photographs show how much these photographers love these dogs and how appreciative they are of their beauty and dutiful nature.
Check out the photos that these photographers took!
1. The overall Winner, Dog Photographer of the Year 2018, and the 1st placeholder of the oldies category is Monica Van Der Maden from the Netherlands.
2. The first-place winner of Dogs At Play Category is Elinor Roizman, Israel.
3.The 3rd Place Winner Puppies category is Robyn Pope from the United States of America.
4. First place winner in the Puppies Category is Klaus Dyba, from Germany.