The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition at the Natural History Museum until March 2013 is driving us, well, wild. We’ve already seen a selection of this year’s best snaps on the Time Out website, but we’ve sneaked a peek at a few more which we wanted to share with you. The competition is certainly tough; who’s your fave?
See all the entries at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.
It’s not just us humans who show off about our drinking – as this bat shows us a nifty trick in Fly By Drinking, by Ofer Levy.
The melting ice caps are certainly a problem, but they sure look cool (sorry) in Ice matters, by Anna Henly.
This sad image, Lion by lightning, by Hannes Lochner, gives off a certain Lion King vibe. Sob.
Gus the Fox could learn a few tricks from this guy in Snow pounce, by Richard Peters.
The bug world’s equivalent of a boozy punch up? Sizing up, by Klaus Tamm.
Sunsets can still be gorgeous, even when seen through trees. Light show, by Sandra Bartocha.
This gull looks as impressed by his surroundings as we are, in City gull, by Eve Tucker.
The frozen morning dew on these flowers adds a haunting quality to the morning sun behind them in Pasque perfection, by Daniel Eggert.