A short by Dante Zaballa and Osian Efnisien which is also a ‘groundbreaking documentary that nobody was expecting’.
Look, just go with it.
A selection of winners from the 2020 Close Up Photographer Of The Year.
Above: a multi-hued glass worm by Andrei Savitsky; fruiting bodies of the slime mold Metatrichia floriformis growing on a decaying beech trunk by Bary Webb; a bioluminescent Lamprigera beetle in the Borneo rainforest by Chien Lee; a spider at Turjanos nature conservation area, Kisőrös, Hungary by Csaba Daroczi; an eel larva off the island of Lembeh (Indonesia) during a blackwater dive by Galice Hoarau (the overall winner); a great crested tit in a wood in Switzerland by Giacomo Redaelli; a butterfly on the wall of an abandoned building site in Yorkshire by Mike Curry and a springtail on an icy lake at Csongrád-Bokros, Hungary by Tamás Koncz-Bisztricz (young photographer of the year).
Above: An urban fox in Bristol by Sam Hobson; swarms of mayflies on Hungary’s River Rába by Imre Potyó; a hornbill flicking insects into the air by Willem Kruger and a large male killer whale feeding on herring in the Arctic Norwegian waters by Auden Rikardsen.