They don’t call this a ‘wildlife photo competition’ for nothing

Not all wildlife photography comes with a pleasant lighting setting. Our photographers capture delightful scenes and activities in the wild, however, most often you will find your subjects in the darkest and lightest settings,…

They don’t call this a ‘wildlife photo competition’ for nothing

Not all wildlife photography comes with a pleasant lighting setting. Our photographers capture delightful scenes and activities in the wild, however, most often you will find your subjects in the darkest and lightest settings, often hidden amongst the rocks. With a bit of patience, you can find many images of animals in their natural environments in various settings across the globe.

Kangaroos are known to be particularly shy so they often require your patience to follow them into hiding behind obstacles. Some of these may seem foolhardy, however, the climb posed is helped along by a hanging tag which indicates that the photograph is secure and convenient to take.

More photos and tips.

See all of Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners and shortlisted photography here.

You may notice this photo, which features a crocodile approaching a kitten, probably ranks high up on the cutest nature photos, but, more importantly, it ranks highly as a great photograph.

Swimmers were also known to lie under many roads, and swimming courses were among the first photo courses.

Sunseekers were known to holiday on beach at dawn or after a fierce sun.

The French countryside was also teeming with wildlife as you discovered on our hiking and camping site.

One of the best areas for spotting lizards is not far from the river.

The prospect of seeing some clouded leopards is exciting.

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