Which of your wildlife images makes you smile? The deadline for submissions has been prolonged, providing you with extra time to ship in your choice.
Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards, the annual competitors that focuses on the lighter facet of wildlife… Like this shot by Manoj Shah of a smiling child hippo bending his mom’s ear, whereas she’s attempting to disregard him. That’s most likely one thing many mother and father can relate to throughout this lockdown interval!f you’re utilizing this downtime to kind by your picture assortment, preserve a watch out for any that you just assume would possibly work within the
The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards has prolonged its entry cut-off date till June 30, 2020. Entry is free, however there are some wonderful prizes to be received, together with a safari within the Maasai Mara with Alex Walker’s Serian, a superb Nikon digicam and lens, picture modifying software program from Affinity Photo and a digicam bag from ThinkTank.
This can also be a fantastic alternative to mirror on the significance of conserving our planet and the wildlife inside. The lockdown has seen wildlife return to our rivers, oceans, lands and skies, however throughout Africa it’s all the extra weak to poaching as individuals search meals or cash in these difficult occasions.
Anything you are able to do to assist assist wildlife will assist – develop crops that appeal to wildlife, promote conservation and wildlife causes on social media, and, in fact, preserve plotting your subsequent safari!
Perhaps these pics – a choice of submissions already made to this yr’s Comedy Wildlife Awards – will supply some inspiration!
1. Lightweight wrestling. Lion cubs, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania, by Yarin Klein
2. True title! Yellow collared lovebirds, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, by Thomas Grigoleit
3. Walk on water. Flamingo, Lake Magadi, Serengeti, Tanzania, by Tommy Mees
4. Wowza! Lions, Masai Mara, Kenya, by Yaron Schmid
5. Laughing inventory. Zebras, Nairobi National Park, Kenya, by Tanvir Ali