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    Ruski fotograf Sergej Gorškov dobio je prvu nagradu za najbolju fotografiju prirode snimkom tigra iz nacionalnog parka „Zemlja leoparda“ u ruskom Primorskom kraju.

    Gorškov je prvi pobednik koji je fotografijom iz Rusije osvojio jednu od najprestižnijih fotografskih nagrada u svetu sa temom divlje prirode.

    Na njegovoj fotografiji prikazan je sibirski tigar kako obeležava teritoriju.

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    Novostь 😺 ⠀ Snimok s tigrom stal lučšeй v mire fotografieй dikoй prirodы v 2020 🐅 ⠀ Lučšeй fotografieй dikoй prirodы v 2020 godu po versii angliйskogo muzeя estestvennoй istorii stal snimok amurskogo tigra iz nacionalьnogo parka «Zemlя leoparda» (Primorskiй kraй). Kartina fotografa Sergeя Gorškova zavoevala grandioznый titul «Fotograf goda v dikoй prirode» (Wildlife Photographer of the Year). ⠀ Rossiя vpervыe stala pobeditelem v nominacii эtogo krupneйšego v mire konkursa snimkov dikoй prirodы. Fotografiя pod nazvaniem «Obъяtiя» pokazыvaet moment, v kotorom redčaйšiй amurskiй tigr obnimaet vekovuю pihtu, čtobы otmetitь metočnoe derevo svoim aromatom. Sergeй Gorškov pri podderžke professionalьnыh gidov «Zemli leoparda» polučil snimok s pomoщью kamerы s datčikom dviženiя. ⠀ Na snimke tigrica, zalitaя pяtnami sveta, vstaet na zadnie lapы i obnimaet derevo. Ee glaza zažmurenы, rot rastяnut v blažennoй «ulыbke», щeka prižata k kore. Krasnoknižnыe amurskie tigrы nahodяtsя pod ugrozoй isčeznoveniя, no эta koška spokoйna. Ona proяvlяet komfortnoe povedenie v nacionalьnom parke «Zemlя leoparda», gde uspešno sohranяюt prirodu – i tigrov, i dalьnevostočnыh leopardov. ⠀ Sergeй Gorškov po sovetu sotrudnikov «Zemli leoparda» ustanovil kameru u dereva s zapahami, šerstью tigra, sledami kogteй. Blagodarя sovmestnoй rabote i pri podderžke ANO «Dalьnevostočnыe leopardы» polučen snimok tigricы pod nomerom T 41F – učenыe sravnili risunok polos na škure hiщnicы, unikalьnый dlя každoй osobi, s drugimi tigrami v baze dannыh nacparka. ⠀ #zemlяleoparda #amurskiйtigr #amurtiger #tiger #siberiantiger #landoftheleopard #WildlifePhotographeroftheYear

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    Kako je navedeno u obrazloženju žirija, Gorškov je svojom fotografijom pokazao „jedinstvenu emocionalnu moć koja prikazuje lepotu prirode i opšte odgovornosti za njenu zaštitu“.

    Inače, u nacionalnom parku „Zemlja leoparda“ trenutno živi 31 odrasli amurski tigar i 10 tigrića. Amurski ili sibirski tigar je zaštićena i ugrožena vrsta i uglavnom živi u dolinama reka Amur i Usuri u Primorskom i Habarovskom kraju Rusije, dok ih u manjem broju ima u Kini i Mongoliji. Na crvenoj je listi ugroženih vrsta, budući da je bio gotovo nestao, ali je zahvaljujući merama zaštite njegova populacija porasla na između 580 i 600 primeraka.

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    #WPY56 Animal Portraits Taiga tiger in the night Sergey Gorshkov RUSSIA When he first set out to photograph an Amur tiger, Sergey had never set eyes on one in the wild. Threatened by poaching for their body parts and also by poaching of their prey and by habitat loss, a population of only 580–600 tigers survives in the Russian Far East. These are known as Amur, or Siberian, tigers. But to be able to catch enough wild boar and deer in this harsh taiga (snow forest) wilderness, these tigers need to hold huge territories. The one region where Sergey thought he had a chance of making a picture was the Land of the Leopard National Park – a vast area of taiga linking a series of reserves, created primarily to protect the Amur leopard, a critically endangered subspecies of leopard. But it also protects a small number of tigers. In winter, to assist the survival of the Amur leopards – now numbering about 100 adults – park staff put out deer carcasses at several remote feeding stations. Sergey originally set out to photograph a leopard near one of them. But tracks revealed that, for the first time, a tiger had discovered the site (the park has about 30 adult tigers). The leopards usually came in daylight, but the tiger had come at night. Inspecting the paths it might have taken, Sergey discovered one route across boulders, streaked white by crows that had also discovered the leopard-feeding site. Strewn with a carpet of oak leaves, the rocks offered the ideal setting. All he needed was a tiger. Putting up a camera trap and lights at the spot . On 12 March 2019 he got his shot, his first ever picture of an Amur tiger – a young tigress, a year old, at most. With a piercing look back, she gave Sergey the portrait he had longed for, the rich colours of her uniquely patterned, thick winter coat in perfect harmony with her surroundings. Nikon Z 7 + 24–70mm f4.5 lens at 33.5mm; 1/60 sec at f5.6; ISO 320; Cognisys camera-trap system + two Nikon SB-900 flashes.

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    Pobednik konkursa Sergej Gorškov poznati je ruski fotograf, specijalizovan za snimke divljeg sveta.

    Dobitnik je brojnih međunarodnih i ruskih priznanja za fotografiju.

    Poznat je i po tome što je prvi na svetu snimio mrkog medveda pod vodom 2004. godine.

     

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