Online voting is now open for the public to choose their favourite image from this year’s Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Fans of wildlife photography can choose their favourite from 25 images, pre-selected by the Natural History Museum from over 48,000 entries from 100 countries.
Shortlisted images are currently on display at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum in London, until the voting ends on 4 February 2020, with an accompanying book just published.
Tim Littlewood, Executive Director of Science at the Natural History Museum and member of the judging panel, says,
‘The LUMIX People’s Choice images capture the essence of the competition; they all ignite a reaction about the natural world and make you see it differently. Showcasing breath-taking beauty, compassion and cruelty, it is impossible not to be moved by them – I think everyone who votes has a tough decision to make!’
To view images and vote for your favourite photograph go to http://bit.ly/WPY-Lumix-peoples-choice-vote
* COMPETITION – WIN this stunning portfolio book! *
Wildlife Photographer of the Year – Portfolio 29
We’ve teamed up with The Natural History Museum to offer this fabulous prize, just in time for Christmas! For your chance to win one of three beautiful portfolio books featuring a collection of 100 images from the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of The Year competition – answer the following question correctly:
Where is Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition held?
Send your answer in an email with your full name to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date shown. The winners will be selected at random and notified via email. Please see T&C’s below.
Closing date: Monday 16th December 2019
Entries also welcome via Twitter @dscvranimals
Competition T&Cs – Participants must be resident within the UK. The winner/s of the competition will be picked at random and the winning participant/s will be contacted directly via email. Please advise if you would prefer not to be announced as a winner on social media.