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    When comes to cultural institutions, women of colour have been dealt a pretty poor hand.

    Sure, you’ve got Black British artists like Sonia Boyce and Lynette Yiadom-Boakye hanging in major galleries but when it comes to curating and proper representation, we’re thin on the ground.

    Which is why the Tate is hosting a course entitled ‘Art in the age of Black Girl Magic’ this autumn.

    Led by Bolanle Tajudeen, founder of Black Blossoms – an organisation supporting and highlighting black women artists, the course seeks to help give people an introduction to the current and historical artistic practices by black women.

    ‘We will explore the social and political issues that influence artistic practice today,’ the course programme says.

    ‘Participants will have the chance to reflect on the paucity of black women within cultural institutions in relation to wider questions concerning visibility and representation.

    ‘We will investigate how black women have creatively challenged the status quo by radically… Read the full story


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    Some of the winners of the Nature Conservancy photo contest (Picture: Nature Conservancy)

    The winners of the 2018 The Nature Conservancy photo contest have been announced and they’re pretty incredible.

    Winners were selected from over 57,000 entries from 135 coutrues, and the grand prize went to a stunning photo of two wild horses, shot in Camargue, France by Camille Briottet.

    Second prize was awarded to USA’s Andre Mercier, for his haunting shot of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland.

    A touching moment was captured in the third prize shot by Terra Fondriest from the USA, showing a young girl holding a bullfrog.

    ‘The quality of entries this year… Read the full story


    Nature Conservancy photography awardsNature Conservancy photography awardslisambowmanIN PHOTO: OVERALL WINNER - 'Stallions Playing' by Camille Briottet (France). Grand Prize. ???The power of the animal kingdom.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: SECOND PLACE: 'The End Is Near' by Andre Mercier (USA). ???This ice could be thousands of years old, and only recently broke off the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland, and will soon melt into the sea.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Andre Mercier/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: THIRD PLACE: ???Frog Hug' by Terra Fondriest (USA). ???Down at the mud puddles on our road, we found several young bullfrogs hopping around. Up on our hilltop, wet spots are few and far between, so our mud puddles are home to a constant flow of tadpoles, frogs, and toads. My daughter loves all critters, her goal is to create a wildlife rehab center someday. She constantly inspires me with her care towards every living thing.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. Where: Arkansas, United States When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.IN PHOTO: LANDSCAPE: Energ??a Pura y Fuego (Pure Energy and Fire), Mexico. Colima volcano erupting during the night showing its strength, was taken in the Yerbabuena, Comala, Colima. Volcanic eruptions in small quantities help reduce global warming.???) The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Hernando Alonso/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: PEOPLE AND NATURE: Vama Veche Sunrise, Romania. ???Sunrise in Vama Veche, Romania.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: George Bufan/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: PEOPLE AND NATURE: Waterfall Wonders, Zimbabwe. ???Victoria Falls is the seventh wonder of the world. Carved into the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, what better place for two nationalities to meet, and be awed by the never ending thunder of the water 100 meters below. December 2016.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Harry Randell/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: WATER: Serenity, Iceland. ???Aldeyjarfoss Waterfall in Iceland, January 2018. The places that are hardest to get to are often the best and most peaceful.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. Where: Northeastern Region, Iceland When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Jeremy Stevens/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: CITIES AND NATURE: Reclamation, United Arab Emirates. ???The eeriness of exploring this ghost town in United Arab Emirates went away after an hour or so of exploring. But, I still felt uneasy about entering some of these ???homes.??? It felt like I was trespassing, so I tried being oddly respectful. The Arabian Desert obviously didn???t feel the same way, reminding me that nature will always reclaim what we abandon.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Jesse Yang/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAININ PHOTO: LANDSCAPE: My Home My City, Hong Kong. ???Lion Rock is a symbol of Hong Kong, including me, many Hong Kong people are also growing under the mountain, it also represents the spirit of Hong Kong people. Photo time: 2018-1-14. Photo at: Tai Mo Shan.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Kwok Kui Andus Tse/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: WILDLIFE. Watching You Watching Me, Canada. ???Red Fox in Bonavista, Newfoundland in July 2017.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Megan Lorenz/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: WILDLIFE. O Ca??ador (The Hunter), Mexico. ???Um grande tubar??o branco ca??a nas ??guas da Ilha Guadalupe, no M??xico.??? (???A large white shark hunts in the waters of Guadalupe Island, Mexico.???) The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Roberto Moccini Formiga/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: LANDSCAPE: Namibian Curves, Sossusvlei, Namibia. ???We were on our Chronicles of Namibia workshop, wrapping up a wonderful evening of shooting in the Sossusvlei area. On the drive back to camp, this most simple composition caught my eye. I couldn???t resist and stopped the group to get this shot.Nature Conservancy photography awardsNature Conservancy photography awardslisambowmanIN PHOTO: OVERALL WINNER - 'Stallions Playing' by Camille Briottet (France). Grand Prize. ???The power of the animal kingdom.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: SECOND PLACE: 'The End Is Near' by Andre Mercier (USA). ???This ice could be thousands of years old, and only recently broke off the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland, and will soon melt into the sea.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Andre Mercier/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: THIRD PLACE: ???Frog Hug' by Terra Fondriest (USA). ???Down at the mud puddles on our road, we found several young bullfrogs hopping around. Up on our hilltop, wet spots are few and far between, so our mud puddles are home to a constant flow of tadpoles, frogs, and toads. My daughter loves all critters, her goal is to create a wildlife rehab center someday. She constantly inspires me with her care towards every living thing.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. Where: Arkansas, United States When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY.IN PHOTO: LANDSCAPE: Energ??a Pura y Fuego (Pure Energy and Fire), Mexico. Colima volcano erupting during the night showing its strength, was taken in the Yerbabuena, Comala, Colima. Volcanic eruptions in small quantities help reduce global warming.???) The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Hernando Alonso/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: PEOPLE AND NATURE: Vama Veche Sunrise, Romania. ???Sunrise in Vama Veche, Romania.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: George Bufan/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: PEOPLE AND NATURE: Waterfall Wonders, Zimbabwe. ???Victoria Falls is the seventh wonder of the world. Carved into the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, what better place for two nationalities to meet, and be awed by the never ending thunder of the water 100 meters below. December 2016.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Harry Randell/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: WATER: Serenity, Iceland. ???Aldeyjarfoss Waterfall in Iceland, January 2018. The places that are hardest to get to are often the best and most peaceful.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. Where: Northeastern Region, Iceland When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Jeremy Stevens/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: CITIES AND NATURE: Reclamation, United Arab Emirates. ???The eeriness of exploring this ghost town in United Arab Emirates went away after an hour or so of exploring. But, I still felt uneasy about entering some of these ???homes.??? It felt like I was trespassing, so I tried being oddly respectful. The Arabian Desert obviously didn???t feel the same way, reminding me that nature will always reclaim what we abandon.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Jesse Yang/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAININ PHOTO: LANDSCAPE: My Home My City, Hong Kong. ???Lion Rock is a symbol of Hong Kong, including me, many Hong Kong people are also growing under the mountain, it also represents the spirit of Hong Kong people. Photo time: 2018-1-14. Photo at: Tai Mo Shan.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Kwok Kui Andus Tse/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: WILDLIFE. Watching You Watching Me, Canada. ???Red Fox in Bonavista, Newfoundland in July 2017.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Megan Lorenz/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: WILDLIFE. O Ca??ador (The Hunter), Mexico. ???Um grande tubar??o branco ca??a nas ??guas da Ilha Guadalupe, no M??xico.??? (???A large white shark hunts in the waters of Guadalupe Island, Mexico.???) The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Roberto Moccini Formiga/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: LANDSCAPE: Namibian Curves, Sossusvlei, Namibia. ???We were on our Chronicles of Namibia workshop, wrapping up a wonderful evening of shooting in the Sossusvlei area. On the drive back to camp, this most simple composition caught my eye. I couldn???t resist and stopped the group to get this shot." The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Paul Zizka/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: PEOPLE AND NATURE: Slender Slots, Utah. ???Squeezing through one of the incredibly narrow slot canyons in Escalante National Monument. Taken on a week long expedition through the deserts of southern Utah.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Tanner Latham/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: LANDSCAPE: Autumn in the Big Apple, New York City. ???World Trade Center, New York. November 2017." The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. Where: New York City, New York, United States When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Yonca Ables/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: LANDSCAPE: Floating in the Dead Sea, Israel. ???One of the most unique experiences of the world in the lowest point on earth. We belong to nature and not the reverse. Without the nature we do not live, but without us it lives.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Aline Fortuna/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: WATER: Her Majesty, Australia. ???A plastic bag in its natural habitat, the ocean. Shot in Shellharbour in 2017. Plastic was once worshiped, now it destroys everything we love. Nature connects us all, we have a duty to protect her.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Aristo Risi/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**IN PHOTO: WILDLIFE: Polar Bear, Canada. ???The polar bear wandering on pack ice looks at the ice melting. Photo was taken in Nunavut during summer 2017.??? The Nature Conservancy has unveiled the winners of its 2018 Photo Contest. Selected from more than 50,000 entries, a photo of two wild horses, ???Stallions Playing??? in Camargue, France taken by Camille Briottet of Lyon, France won the Grand Prize. Second place, ???The End is Near,??? featured a photo of a broken piece of the Vatnajokull Glacier at Jokulsarlon Bay in Iceland by Andre Mercier of Los Angeles, CA. Third place went to Terra Fondriest of St. Joe, Arkansas for a photo titled ???Frog Hug,??? of a young girl holding a bullfrog. ???The quality of entries this year is stunning. It was very difficult to select the winner,??? said Bill Marr, director of photography for The Nature Conservancy and one of the contest???s judges. ???TNC???s Photo Contest is a wonderful intersection for those who love nature and those who love photography. We have wonderful entries from all over the world, from beautiful Western landscapes to squirrels in a backyard in Austria. Photography is a common language for all.??? This year???s photo contest received a record number of entries: 57,489 from 135 countries. Winners received prizes including gift cards and packages from Backcountry, Patagonia, Tom???s of Maine, Lokai, and the grand prize winner received a digital camera package. When: 26 Jun 2018 Credit: Florian Ledoux/The Nature Conservancy/Cover Images **All usages and enquiries, please contact info@cover-images.com - +44 (0)20 3397 3000EDITORIAL USE ONLY. IMAGES ONLY TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH EDITORIAL STORY. IMAGE/VIDEO COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE PHOTOGRAPHER AND/OR SUPPLIER.**

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    In just over two weeks time, I’m going to be running an ultra-marathon.

    And I’m injured.

    I’ve got a ‘mild’ calf strain which feels like someone is sticking a sharp needle up through my heel to my knee every time I try to jog or climb stairs.

    But when I went to see a physio at Move Clinics, I was told that it wasn’t that serious. In fact, we spent half of my initial consultation discussing my lack of sleep, my work and personal life-related stress, and my recent transatlantic travels.

    ‘It sounds like you’re ticking every stress box,’ senior physiotherapist Reece Noble told me, before going on to suggest that maybe those factors were tricking my brain into making the pain in my leg feel worse than the injury was.

    So what role does stress play in interpreting pain, and can it lead to us being more injury prone?

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    But after a day of feeling smug in your sun protection, you whip off your clothes and notice something haunting: A greasy white stain on your favourite summer outfit.

    You rub at it in vain. It doesn’t budge.

    This absolutely should not put you off wearing sun cream. That’s important.

    Yes, this is emotional moment, but stay calm in the knowledge that the stain will come out, and protecting your skin is vastly more important than having to hide a streak of cream on your sundress.

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    Boohoo has been praised by thousands of people online for not Photoshopping out a model’s stretch marks.

    A stunning model was pictured modelling an open-back yellow bodysuit, with the stretch marks on her bum and on her legs fully on show.

    Obviously, this is amazing – because so often, we forget that, because of their utter beauty, models are just normal people.

    And so Boohoo reminding us of this fact is something that should be celebrated.

    Facebook user Cheryl Adele was spotted the photo and uploaded it to her page alongside the caption: ‘I find this so amazing!


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    Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa?ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private… <a href=Read the full story

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The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. 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While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. 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Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.Designed by architect Yuri Dillon, a stunning mix of timber, glass, exposed red brick and original features makes this a truly unique home that will wow even the most astute buyer. Originally built in the 1920s as a workshop for a blacksmith, this art deco warehouse has been converted into a functional, modern family home with an expansive floorplan offering four bedrooms and five bathrooms. Behind the original ornate fa??ade stands a home that is as stunning as it is functional with potential to house a large family, those who like to host guests or anyone seeking dual living potential. The split-level floorplan offers open-plan living, banks of bi-fold doors and private courtyards designed to create an unbroken connection with outdoor living. While high ceilings, thoughtful voids, a neutral colour scheme and luxury finishes create a sense of space and utter opulence. The gourmet kitchen with marble benchtops & a butler's pantry sits at the heart of the home and overlooks the main living space, numerous courtyards and out to the plunge pool.

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    Summer is the best season (I’ll fight you if you say otherwise) but it does have its drawbacks.

    The long days and balmy(ish) nights can be somewhat marred by our bodies’ newfound love of sweating.

    We all sweat – it’s a useful bodily function to cool us down – but none of us particularly enjoy the damp sweat patches. Or the yellow stains that appear once the sweat has dried.

    You know, those pesky ones that don’t disappear after you chuck your top in the wash.

    So what are we supposed to do?

    What causes it?

    Here comes the science bit  – concentrate.

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    Being a young mum with postnatal depression is one of the hardest things I’ve ever experienced. I was 19 when my daughter arrived and my world turned upside down. I very quickly developed postnatal depression, and within the first few weeks I was exhausted, angry, alone, scared and, at times, resentful of my baby.

    What had I done? Was life always going to be this hard? I wrote a poem called ‘PND and Me’, which sums up how I felt:

    All I ever wanted
    Was to be a good mum
    Why was it so hard
    I just felt numb

    When my health visitor came… Read the full story


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    We hear constantly about how bad us millennials have it in terms of housing/job opportunities/steady incomes.

    Rather than staying in awful office jobs with a view to getting a mortgage and settling down, we’re all too busy eating brunch and going away on soul-finding missions.

    Right?

    Well, not according to the Bank of America, which has recently released a study suggesting that we’re way more money-conscious than older generations might think.

    Its survey suggests that one in six millennials (16%) now have savings of $100,000 (£75,267) or more.

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    That’s despite many of us have started working in… Read the full story


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    Whether they’re veggie or meaty, nothing beats a good sausage.

    It’s universally accepted here in the UK that a sausage is also a banger, but not many people actually know why.

    Language experts have a few ideas, however.

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    But it’s no less than heartbreaking when some upstart council says they can’t step paw on a beach.

    Some dogs can only dream of chasing sticks in the surf and getting sand tangled in their fur as they frolic on a dune.

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    A tiny chihuahua is enjoying a new lease of life after being rescued from a home where he was living with 81 other dogs.

    Sherlock was just a puppy when he was rescued by the RSPCA in April last year.

    Police had discovered the dogs at the home after investigating the death of their owner, and thought were were dozens of dogs. However, when the RSPCA showed up, they found 82 chihuahuas.

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    People estimates that only 12% of those working in robotics are female.

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    A mum has taken to MumsNet to ask whether it would be unreasonable to kick her 13-year-old daughter out of her room for ‘living in filth’.

    The mum is sick of her daughter’s room being a mess, and describes her as being ‘disgusting’.

    She wrote: ‘We are in a three bed house and her brothers 7 and 10 share.

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    So you’re one of the many, many people who’s moved from smoking cigs to vaping.

    Maybe you made the switch for the health benefits, maybe it’s because you like treating yourself to a new vape-y flavour, or maybe you bowed to peer pressure after someone asked ‘do you even vape, bro?’ a few too many times.

    Whatever the reason, you’ve likely weighed up all the pros and cons to settle on which nicotine based option is right* for you.

    *This is where we say that ideally you’d give up all nicotine and e-cigarettes entirely. Just an idea.

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    It’s a super useful fruit for those of us who don’t eat dairy, because it makes far tastier and richer yoghurts and chocolate than soy or nut milks.

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    If you were slighted in public while out with your boyfriend/fiance/husband, would you expect him to defend your honour?

    Most of us might be peeved if they just sat back and said nothing.

    But blogger Constance Hall says that women should get rid of protective men who try to defend us.

    Writing on Facebook, she says that she overheard a group of teenage girls talking.

    ‘”Me and him are really close, he’s really protective of me.”

    ‘“Yeah that’s like James, he’s so protective of me. Once a guy was rude to me at a party and he had a full on go at him”

    ‘The girls looked happy with this,… Read the full story


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    My infamously sleep-hating babies were actually in bed before 9pm and I had a plan.

    How I got past the sleepless nights of parenting and got myself a book deal

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    This stunning private Caribbean island has been put on the market for a whopping ??65 MILLION. See SWNS story SWISLAND; Little Pipe Cay, in the central Bahamas, is described as ???a jewel??? within the archipelago of the Exumas island chain. The previously uninhabited 38 acre island has pure white sandy beaches and is surrounded by clear blue sea and beautiful marine life. Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape views
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Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape viewsThis stunning private Caribbean island has been put on the market for a whopping ??65 MILLION. See SWNS story SWISLAND; Little Pipe Cay, in the central Bahamas, is described as ???a jewel??? within the archipelago of the Exumas island chain. The previously uninhabited 38 acre island has pure white sandy beaches and is surrounded by clear blue sea and beautiful marine life. Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape viewsThis stunning private Caribbean island has been put on the market for a whopping ??65 MILLION. See SWNS story SWISLAND; Little Pipe Cay, in the central Bahamas, is described as ???a jewel??? within the archipelago of the Exumas island chain. The previously uninhabited 38 acre island has pure white sandy beaches and is surrounded by clear blue sea and beautiful marine life. Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape viewsThis stunning private Caribbean island has been put on the market for a whopping ??65 MILLION. See SWNS story SWISLAND; Little Pipe Cay, in the central Bahamas, is described as ???a jewel??? within the archipelago of the Exumas island chain. The previously uninhabited 38 acre island has pure white sandy beaches and is surrounded by clear blue sea and beautiful marine life. Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape viewsThis stunning private Caribbean island has been put on the market for a whopping ??65 MILLION. See SWNS story SWISLAND; Little Pipe Cay, in the central Bahamas, is described as ???a jewel??? within the archipelago of the Exumas island chain. The previously uninhabited 38 acre island has pure white sandy beaches and is surrounded by clear blue sea and beautiful marine life. Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape viewsThis stunning private Caribbean island has been put on the market for a whopping ??65 MILLION. See SWNS story SWISLAND; Little Pipe Cay, in the central Bahamas, is described as ???a jewel??? within the archipelago of the Exumas island chain. The previously uninhabited 38 acre island has pure white sandy beaches and is surrounded by clear blue sea and beautiful marine life. Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape viewsThis stunning private Caribbean island has been put on the market for a whopping ??65 MILLION. See SWNS story SWISLAND; Little Pipe Cay, in the central Bahamas, is described as ???a jewel??? within the archipelago of the Exumas island chain. The previously uninhabited 38 acre island has pure white sandy beaches and is surrounded by clear blue sea and beautiful marine life. Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape viewsThis stunning private Caribbean island has been put on the market for a whopping ??65 MILLION. See SWNS story SWISLAND; Little Pipe Cay, in the central Bahamas, is described as ???a jewel??? within the archipelago of the Exumas island chain. The previously uninhabited 38 acre island has pure white sandy beaches and is surrounded by clear blue sea and beautiful marine life. Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape viewsThis stunning private Caribbean island has been put on the market for a whopping ??65 MILLION. See SWNS story SWISLAND; Little Pipe Cay, in the central Bahamas, is described as ???a jewel??? within the archipelago of the Exumas island chain. The previously uninhabited 38 acre island has pure white sandy beaches and is surrounded by clear blue sea and beautiful marine life. Over the past 15 years, the current owners have transformed the island, building five houses, all with stunning seascape views

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