Wildlife Photographer of the Year

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3 years 11 months ago - 2 years 11 months ago #2383 by Paul T
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The results of the "Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2014" by the Natural History Museum are now on their website at:

A. Two main prizes

B. The Adult Awards

C. The Young Awards

I think this year it has more than lived up to its reputation and there are some absolutely stunning photographs. What are your personal favorites?

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3 years 11 months ago #2387 by onflipflops
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Can't choose my favorite, too many great images.
I would dare to say even better than previous year(s).

Anyone on this forum who gave it a try to enter this year?

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3 years 11 months ago - 3 years 11 months ago #2405 by Paul T
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Too many faves for me but in the adult comp, I think these are my choices:

1st. Enchanted woodland
2nd. Frog with spawn
3rd. Gorilla (very powerful image I thought)

and .... I also really liked...............

Pelicans (interestingly, I did not like his similar elephants shot last year though)
Mouse and Moon
Hummingbird
Bat on ceiling
Baboon faces
and Tim Laman's birds of paradise folio

At that standard I do not think I will ever enter an image into the competition :(

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