#MyNatureMoment

We recently launched the #MyNatureMoment competition on Facebook to celebrate the awesomeness of our natural world and the profound impact it has on all of us. This board is a collection of some of favourite competition entries. Want to be featured here? Join the #MyNatureMoment movement on our Facebook page and you could win some cool prizes: http://bit.ly/24yVWYL
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"I absolutely adore photographing a dazzle of zebra of the great contrast, and these two seemed equally as curious about me and camera. They posed for this pic for quite a while before continuing with their grazing and there was something about their mirrored movements that left me chuckling. One of those little nature moments that sticks with you."  Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"I absolutely adore photographing a dazzle of zebra of the great contrast, and these two seemed equally as curious about me and camera. They posed for this pic for quite a while before continuing with their grazing and there was something about their mirrored movements that left me chuckling. One of those little nature moments that sticks with you." Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"Timing, trust and perfect lighting are ingredients for the perfect capture. Lilac-breasted roller Kruger National Park."

"Timing, trust and perfect lighting are ingredients for the perfect capture.

"I was sitting in the office tent in a remote gorilla field station in Gabon when I heard a noise outside. I stepped out of the tent to find these two forest elephants under our mango tree. The normally aggressive giants completely ignored me as they spent an hour feeding on our mangos."

"I was sitting in the office tent in a remote gorilla field station in Gabon when I heard a noise outside. I stepped out of the tent to find these two forest elephants under our mango tree. The normally aggressive giants completely ignored me as they spent an hour feeding on our mangos."

"A moment when a Bronzeback snake took the life of a skink and ousted it from the survival race."  Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"A moment when a Bronzeback snake took the life of a skink and ousted it from the survival race." Join the movement here:

"Then it happened ... the otter turned and headed straight for me, he got out of the water and came right up to me and looked up at me for a few seconds. He then turned and ambled up the footpath. Before diving into the undergrowth he turned gave me one more look and disappeared. A truly wonderful experience particularly seeing that these creatures are incredibly shy and I have been trying to capture them on film for almost a year now."  Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"Then it happened ... the otter turned and headed straight for me, he got out of the water and came right up to me and looked up at me for a few seconds. He then turned and ambled up the footpath. Before diving into the undergrowth he turned gave me one more look and disappeared. A truly wonderful experience particularly seeing that these creatures are incredibly shy and I have been trying to capture them on film for almost a year now." Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"A hunting caracal revealing itself, albeit briefly! Knysna wilderness."  Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"A hunting caracal revealing itself, albeit briefly!" Join the movement here:

"This wild gorilla decided to stop by our camp. In the forest, the vegetation is usually too thick to see the gorilla clearly but our camp was more open. I crouched down at the edge of camp to see these two brothers watching me. The elder, Motchi, was protectively hugging his younger sibling Owabi. It was spectacular to see these amazing creatures from the luxury of camp."  Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"This wild gorilla decided to stop by our camp. In the forest, the vegetation is usually too thick to see the gorilla clearly but our camp was more open. I crouched down at the edge of camp to see these two brothers watching me. The elder, Motchi, was protectively hugging his younger sibling Owabi. It was spectacular to see these amazing creatures from the luxury of camp." Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"A sobering reminder of the course of nature, and how everything fits into its ecosystem. Despite being a grim find, I think this somehow still makes for a beautiful picture and a poignant nature moment."  Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"A sobering reminder of the course of nature, and how everything fits into its ecosystem. Despite being a grim find, I think this somehow still makes for a beautiful picture and a poignant nature moment." Join the movement here:

"This shot in particular represents the change in season from winter to spring. It's also on a Monday morning when it's doom and gloom and the same day three years after my father’s passing. This picture cheers me up, and shows me how asleep I have been for all those years to the beauty of nature that's right under my nose."  Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"This shot in particular represents the change in season from winter to spring. It's also on a Monday morning when it's doom and gloom and the same day three years after my father’s passing. This picture cheers me up, and shows me how asleep I have been for all those years to the beauty of nature that's right under my nose." Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"I was offered the chance to photograph the bird banding of Purple Martins with a local conservation group. The birds are banded when they are at least 12 days old and every effort is made to make sure that the babies are not too young to band. By banding the babies, it will add to the knowledge about migration and dispersal to help ensure future generations."  Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

"I was offered the chance to photograph the bird banding of Purple Martins with a local conservation group. The birds are banded when they are at least 12 days old and every effort is made to make sure that the babies are not too young to band. By banding the babies, it will add to the knowledge about migration and dispersal to help ensure future generations." Join the #MyNatureMoment movement here: bit.ly/24yVWYL

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