Travel Photographer Society's awards exhibition to show in Kuala Lumpur


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  • Sunday, 22 Apr 2018

Raed Ammari’s winning photo of a leaf-eating damselfly picked up the top prize at this year’s Travel Photographer Society awards. It was taken in Aurora, Colorado, United States. Photos: TPS

It is a small world blown up to our dimensions, or so it feels like in this year’s Travel Photographer Society (TPS) Awards winning shot where a small damselfly peeks at the camera through a hole in a leaf. Taken in Colorado in the US, this photograph by Raed Ammari is part of a project called A Window Into Nature, which shows insects of all shapes and sizes peeking from behind leaves.

It is a sight most people rarely have the chance to see up close, but here it is – a window into another world, and many others you will come to know at this photography exhibition, which gathers the top 60 best shots of the fourth TPS photography competition under one roof.

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