Visitors Enjoy The Wildlife At The Farne Islands


Artist: Dan Kitwood

SEAHOUSES, ENGLAND - JUNE 26: A Moon jellyfish swims beneath the waters of Inner Farne on June 26, 2011 at the Farne Islands, England. The Farne Islands, which are run by the National Trust, are situated two to three miles off the Northumberland coastline. The archipeligo of 16-28 separate islands (depending on the tide) make the summer home to approximately 100,000 pairs of breeding seabirds including around 36,000 Puffins, 32,000 Guillemots and 2,000 pairs of Arctic Terns. The species of birds which nest in internationally important numbers include Shag, Sandwich Tern and Arctic Tern. The coastline around The Farnes are also the breeding ground to one of Europe's largest Grey Seal colonies with around 4,000 adults giving birth to 1500 pups every year. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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a Moon jellyfish swimming underwater of Inner Farne at The Farne Islands, England.

Photographer Bio

Dan Kitwood began his photography career with South West News Service, a prestigious regional agency based in Bristol. After three years of interesting and eclectic assignments he was offered a staff position at Getty Images, and joined the team with five other UK news photographers. He’s based in London and covers news and features across the UK and around the world. His work has taken him to Dubai, South Africa, Nigeria, Benin, Tunisia and The Vatican, and his images have appeared in publications around the world, including the New York Times, National Geographic, Geo, Stern, Time, The Guardian and Newsweek.

Dan’s recent awards include Photo Essay winner at the UK Picture Editors Awards in 2011 the UK Picture Editors Awards News Photographer of the Year in 2012.


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