Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year – National History Museum, February 2012

 

My favourites.

Predictable maybe.

Cute.

He said that this was one of the best ones for a long time.

I can see why.

They were so many really good photos. Not just good images but technically good. A lot more thought went into each shot. Into getting the perfect shot.

I couldn’t help noticing how there were a few submissions from Finland. And a few from Japan and South Africa – which are considerations for future trips…

The Veolia Environment wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition is on at the Natural History Museum until 11 March 2012. Admission fee.

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