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08 Nov 2017
Four years ago Unsplash started as a humble Tumblr blog. Since then, Unsplash has grown and reinvented the photography industry.
Now it has become a beautiful library of photos and a source of inspiration for people who love stunning images.
This year, to celebrate and recognise the powerful impact contributors have made, the team at Unsplash has created Unsplash Awards 2017.
Our team at WWF-Australia has put together its favourites from the Animals and Wildlife & Nature and Landscapes categories.
The lion sleeps tonight by Samuel Scrimshaw
Sky falls by Ken Treloar
Staring squirrel by Geran de Klerk
Misty illusion by Neven Krcmarek
The focussed fox by Jeremy Vessey
Falling with style by Jeremy Vessey
Gazelle in motion by Joel Herzog
Carved in nature by Samuel Scrimshaw
Eye spy by Samuel Scrimshaw
Holy sunsets by Graham Holtshausen
Ghosts of the deep by Joel Filipe
Waves of lace by Shifaaz Shamoon
Deep reflections by Ross Sokolovski
Baby blue bergs by Jackman Chiu
Koala numbers are plummeting due to weakened tree-clearing laws in Queensland.
WWF is at the forefront of tiger conservation, helping to prevent poaching and protecting remaining habitat.
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The black-flanked rock-wallaby is threatened by fox and feral cat predation, habitat destruction, and competition for food and shelter.