2012 MalaMala Photograph of the Year Winner & Finalists

Over 500 entries were submitted for the competition for 2012. These are the top 10...
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NUMBER 8: “Cheetah Baby” by Hennie van Heerden, captured in December 2012 with ranger Matt Meyer.

NUMBER “Cheetah Baby” by Hennie van Heerden, captured in December 2012 with ranger Matt Meyer.

NUMBER 2: This magnificent elephant was captured by Don Ashabranner in July 2012 with Robin Hester as ranger.

This magnificent elephant was captured kicking up dust by Don Ashabranner at Mala Mala Game Reserve, South Africa with Robin Hester as ranger. Courtesy of Mala Mala Game Reserve.

THE WINNER: “Troubled Water” by Hennie van Heerden, captured in December 2012 with Matt Meyer as ranger.

THE WINNER: “Troubled Water” by Hennie van Heerden, captured in December 2012 with Matt Meyer as ranger.

NUMBER 7: This elephant mother and baby by Doug Croft was captured in July 2012, with Gary Hill as ranger (and Stu Porter with Wild4 Safaris).

Amazing photos from the National Geographic photo contest. Amazing photos from the National Geographic photo contest.

NUMBER 5: “Aged Warrior” by Arun Mohanraj, captured in December 2012 with Gary Hill as ranger.

NUMBER “Aged Warrior” by Arun Mohanraj, captured in December 2012 with Gary Hill as ranger.

NUMBER 4: ‘Leopard in a tree’ captured by Don Ashabranner in July 2012, with Robin Hester as ranger.

NUMBER ‘Leopard in a tree’ captured by Don Ashabranner in July with Robin Hester as ranger.

NUMBER 10: “Strength in Numbers” by Arun Mohanraj, captured in December 2012 with Gary Hill as ranger.

NUMBER “Strength in Numbers” by Arun Mohanraj, captured in December 2012 with Gary Hill as ranger.

NUMBER 6: “Squirrels” by Max Waugh, captured in August 2012 with Nick du Plessis as ranger.

Squirrel Threesome others wise know as a short squirrel train

NUMBER 3: “Got It” by Martha Jansen van Rensburg, captured in September 2012 with ranger Roan Ravenhill.

NUMBER “Got It” by Martha Jansen van Rensburg, captured in September 2012 with ranger Roan Ravenhill.

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