An incredibly engaging and immersive nature: this is how it appears in the display of the 100 nature photographs awarded in the 58th edition of the competition organized by the Natural History Museum in London thanks to the new display which involves the use of large LED backlit panels with dimensions doubled compared to to previous editions and with exceptional clarity and depth. A large 4 meter screen has also been installed in the spaces of Hangar21 on which another 25 splendid photos awarded by the public (People's Choice) are broadcast in a loop. In addition, in a video room where 100-inch monitors have been set up, backstage videos of the winning photos, interviews with the photographers and in-depth content related to the exhibition are visible. The exhibition brings together the winning and finalist photos of the competition, selected at the end of last year from 40.000 shots from 93 countries. Images that seem "alive" and capture the fascinating behavior of animals, endangered species and the incredible wonder of the natural world, sharing never-before-seen details, unforgettable glimpses and front-line reporting on the climate and biodiversity crises. Winner of the prestigious title Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2022 is the American photographer Karine Aigner with The Big Buzz, a close-up image of buzzing male cactus bees competing for a female by rolling like a ball on the sand, on a Texas ranch.