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The grove - Bob Keller - Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The grove - Bob Keller - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 : In Praise of Plants and Fungi - Highly commended

Patagonian woodscape - Daniel Jara - Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Patagonian woodscape - Daniel Jara - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 : In Praise of Plants and Fungi - Runner-up

"Workers' reflections    This line of fern-laden ants and their guards, their dainty bodies reflected in the water below, belies how resilient leaf-cutter ants are. The female workers transport leaves to their nest from a radius of more than 100 metres (300 feet). Each load is chewed up and used as compost for cultivating fungi, the food they grow in their indoor garden."

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Máté (Hungary), Workers' reflections, Portfolio Award Winner

Ruby red reflections by Kevin McNeal

Ruby red reflections: The hunt for the perfect mirror image means returning to the same spot over and over and be ready the second the moment is right

Hawk and passing storm - Shane Rucker - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2007 : Animals in their Environment - Specially commended

Hawk and passing storm - Shane Rucker - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2007 : Animals in their Environment - Specially commended

Seascape - Gary Steer - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2007 : Creative Visions - Highly commended

Seascape - Gary Steer - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2007 : Creative Visions - Highly commended

Pasque flower at sunset - Marton Schaul - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 : 15-17 Years - Highly commended

Pasque flower at sunset - Marton Schaul - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 : Years - Highly commended

Treetop jigsaw - Brittany Fried - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2008 : 10 Years and Under - Highly commended

Treetop jigsaw - Brittany Fried - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2008 : 10 Years and Under - Highly commended

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Glare of the great owl - Scott W Sharkey - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2005 : Animal Portraits - Specially commended

Tourbière dans les Vosges de Christophe Sidamon-Pesson

Frosted pines - Christophe Sidamon-Pesson - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2005 : Wildscapes - Highly Commended

Cranes among the corn - Laszlo Perlaky - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2006 : Animals in their Environment - Highly commended

Cranes among the corn - Laszlo Perlaky - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2006 : Animals in their Environment - Highly commended

Expressens Jocke Berglund tog Årets Bild

Speaking of networks . this is an amazing photo shot by the Swedish photographer Jocke Berglund I stumbled across yesterday: Hurricane tre.

Top spot - Janne Heimonen - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 : Animals in their Environment - Highly commended

Top spot - Janne Heimonen - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011 : Animals in their Environment - Highly commended

David Maitland

Fading beauty by David Maitland - Flower wildlife photograph © David Maitland/Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The great escape - In the winter of 2012, on the Bulgarian coast of the Black Sea, birdwatchers and hunters waited for migrating wildfowl to arrive at their traditional feeding grounds. But none came. The hunting season ended, and the hunters went home. So when winter finally moved the migrants south, only bird-lovers were there to greet the huge numbers of red-breasted geese that arrived. There were so many, it could easily have been the complete world population of this endangered species…

The great escape - In the winter of 2012, on the Bulgarian coast of the Black Sea, birdwatchers and hunters waited for migrating wildfowl to arrive at their traditional feeding grounds. But none came. The hunting season ended, and the hunters went home. So when winter finally moved the migrants south, only bird-lovers were there to greet the huge numbers of red-breasted geese that arrived. There were so many, it could easily have been the complete world population of this endangered species…

Heaven on Earth by Marina Cano - Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 Finalist - Mammals

View winning images in the adult competition and the adult award categories.

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