Photography has always been such a big passion of mine, especially when linked with wildlife. So when I saw that the winners and finalists for the British Wildlife Photography Awards had just been announced, I had to share my favourites right away. The competition has been running since 2009, features 15 different categories and is open to both amateurs and professionals. Do you have a favourite? Can you guess the overall winner?
On earth there is no heaven, but there are pieces of it.
French author Jules Renard (1864 – 1910) who was renowned for the use of nature in his works.
Not too long after my sunsets montage, I just had to another photograph to the collection. This is by the River Thames in Kew, near Richmond.
Nature is just incredible.
A collection of cherry blossom photos connected together from walks around London.
Just another example of how beautiful nature is.
Out on a walk, I saw this gorgeous combination of colour, shape and outline and just had to share it with you all.
After my last post on the EPSON International Pano Awards I wasn’t planning on doing another photography post. But it proved so popular I thought I should do another. But rather than just choose ones that hadn’t made the cut, I thought I’d choose my favourites from the previous years of the competition. They were so striking I cheekily added an extra one. Which one jumps out most at you?