Far and Wild Video

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Grand Prize

Camouflage Rhino

Backyard Friend (from Cities Gone Wild)

Asheville, North Carolina, United States

With a wildlife corridor passing through their property, a retired couple living on the outskirts of Asheville, North Carolina frequently find four-legged visitors at their back porch, including this beautiful American black bear (Ursus americanus). In fact, residents of Asheville are known for their close relationship with wild black bears in the area. This photographer theorizes that through this coexistence, these bears may be growing more intelligent and increasingly bold—resulting in close contact like that featured here.

Corey Arnold

Washington, United States

Corey Arnold is a commercial fisherman and photographer exploring the complicated relationship between mankind and nature. He creates photographic stories related to his life at sea, working communities, and human-animal relationships. His work has been exhibited extensively in galleries and museums worldwide including the Portland Art Museum with local representation by Charles A. Hartman Fine Art. Arnold’s photography has been featured in Harpers, The New Yorker, New York Times, Rolling Stone, Time, Outside, Smithsonian, National Geographic, Mare, and The Paris Review, among others. A National Geographic Explorer and Hallie Ford Foundation Fellow, he has published two books of photography by Nazraeli Press including Fish-Work: The Bering Sea and Fishing with My Dad.

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