I guess that you already know about the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, a 46 year old photo contest organized annually by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine.
In 2009 the winner of the best photo, José Luis Rodriguez, who presumably took a remarkable photo of a Siberian Grey Wolf, was disqualified after the jury found out that the wolf is not wild but tamed and the wolf’s name is Ossian. Naughty boy Jose!
Anyhow, if you want to participate in the Wildlife Photographer of the 2010 competition, you can still send your photos until march 5th 2010.
Here are some of the winners of the 2009 Veolia Environnement wildlife photographer of the year:
- Fergus Gill (United Kingdom)
- Raindrop refresher by András Mészáros (Hungary)
- Intimate death by Miles Kenzo Kooren (Netherlands)
- Borneo baby by Brian Matthews (United Kingdom)
photos via the guardian.co.uk