By Will Finch
Saturday, 19 November 2011
The British Wildlife Photography Awards exhibition has begun
A stunning image of a brown hare in Norfolk has been included in this year’s British Wildlife Photography Awards exhibition, which has begun its year-long nationwide tour.
Ian Paul Haskell’s Hare in Morning Light with Hoar Frost was the winner in the competition’s habitat category. The overall winner was a photo of a jellyfish, taken by Richard Shucksmith at Sula Sgeir, a small uninhabited Scottish island 41 miles north of the Isle of Lewis.
Judge Paul Wilkinson, head of living landscape for the Wildlife Trusts, said: “This year’s entries reflected a real passion and affection for local wildlife. The competition is a special opportunity to give the natural world that surrounds us the recognition and the reverence it deserves.”
The rest of this article appears in the 16th November issue of Shooting Times.
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