Wildlife photographer of the year people’s choice award – in pictures

Thomas Vijayan’s image of grey langurs was the overwhelming favourite among the almost 20,000 nature photography lovers that voted in the Wildlife photographer of the year people’s choice award

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2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year – winners announced.

A picture of a red fox standing over the bloodied body of an Arctic fox wins the prestigious 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

Edwin Giesbers (Netherlands) pictures a newt from underneath as it moves across the surface of a stream. The picture wins the “Amphibians and Reptiles” category.

The “Under Water” winner is Michael Aw (Australia). This is a Bryde’s whale ripping through a sardine “bait ball” offshore of South Africa’s Transkei coast.

See more… Warring foxes take top wildlife photo prize – BBC News

African wildlife in beautiful black and white.

African wildlife photography by David Gulden – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

Stunning black-and-white images of African wildlife and the the decline of their habitats are the focus of a new book by David Gulden. Shooting mainly in Kenya over a 15-year period, Gulden’s photographs are intimate portraits of animals as individual characters, rather than representative of their species.

African wildlife photography by David Gulden – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian

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Photographer Paul Souders drone captures images of Botswanas wildlife.

After more than 30 years behind the lens, award-winning wildlife photographer Paul Souders decided to let someone – or rather something – else do most of the hard work for him.

The 53-year-old American snapper has traveled to every conceivable corner of the world in his quest to capture animals in their natural habitat, but for his latest shoot Paul put decided to put his feet up and put his trust in a drone.

Paul traveled 10,000 miles from his home in Seattle to Chobe National Park in Botswana for the shoot, which he took using his DJI Phantom Vision 2+drone operated via a hand-held remote control.

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Photographer Paul Souders drone captures images of Botswanas wildlife | Daily Mail Online.

Wildlife pictures from Bognor Regis to South Africa are among top nature images of the year

Wildlife pictures from Bognor Regis to South Africa are among top nature images of the year | Daily Mail Online

Two frogs use a leaf as a brolly to shelter from the rain: Amazing wildlife pictures from Bognor Regis to South Africa are among top nature images of the year. The amazing images, taken by both professional and amateur photographers, were the winners and runners-up of a competition by The Society of International Nature and Wildlife Photographers.

Taken from all around the world, from Sussex to South Africa, the photographs capture the stunning forms of wildlife, with close-up shots giving an incredible insight into their life.

Read more… Wildlife pictures from Bognor Regis to South Africa are among top nature images of the year | Daily Mail Online.