People’s Choice Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award wants you to pick the winner

Dec 3, 2020

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Dunja Djudjic is a multi-talented artist based in Novi Sad, Serbia. With 15 years of experience as a photographer, she specializes in capturing the beauty of nature, travel, and fine art. In addition to her photography, Dunja also expresses her creativity through writing, embroidery, and jewelry making.

People’s Choice Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award wants you to pick the winner

Dec 3, 2020

Dunja Djudjic

Dunja Djudjic is a multi-talented artist based in Novi Sad, Serbia. With 15 years of experience as a photographer, she specializes in capturing the beauty of nature, travel, and fine art. In addition to her photography, Dunja also expresses her creativity through writing, embroidery, and jewelry making.

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© Neil Anderson/Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Wildlife Photographer of the Year always brings us stunning photos of wild animals. The contest has shared its overall winner earlier, but now you have a chance to choose another one. The People’s Choice Award is now open, and you get to give your vote to one of 25 fantastic images. We bring you more information about the contest, but also this year’s nominees to enjoy.

The Natural History Museum, which organizes the contest, received over 49,000 entries this year from all over the globe. They have created a selection of 25 shortlists, and you get to choose a winner. Online voting is now open, and you can vote here. you can give your vote to one of the shortlisted photos until 2 February 2021, at 14.00 pm (GMT).

After the voting ends, the winning photo will be showcased in the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum until 4 July 2021. The top five People’s Choice Award images will also be displayed online, joining the winners of the 56th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition chosen earlier this year.

You can check out more of the shortlisted images below, and visit Wildlife Photographer of the Year’s website for more info. I have already given my vote, and I’m anxiously waiting for 2 February to see if it wins. Which of these photos is your favorite?

© Mogens Trolle/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Laurent Ballesta/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Kirsten Luce/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Karine Aigner/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Joseph Dominic/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Guillermo Esteves/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Gary Meredith/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Frédéric Larrey/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Emmanuel Rondeau/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
©-Douglas-Gimesy/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Britta Jaschinski/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Andy Parkinson/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Andrey Shpatak/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Andrew Lee/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Ami Vitale/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Wim van den Heever/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Thomas Peschak/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Sergio Marijuan/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Oliver Richter/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Sergio Marijuan/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Sam Sloss/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Robert Irwin/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Petri Pietiläinen/Wildlife Photographer of the Year
© Pallavi Prasad Laveti/Wildlife Photographer of the Year

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Dunja Djudjic is a multi-talented artist based in Novi Sad, Serbia. With 15 years of experience as a photographer, she specializes in capturing the beauty of nature, travel, and fine art. In addition to her photography, Dunja also expresses her creativity through writing, embroidery, and jewelry making.

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9 responses to “People’s Choice Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award wants you to pick the winner”

  1. Zygmunt Zarzecki Avatar
    Zygmunt Zarzecki

    squirrel!

  2. Bart D Avatar
    Bart D

    The picture of the squirrel should not even be allowed in the competition and if no harm is done for the picture, the risk others will be hurt trying to replicate this picture is just to great, in my opinion :(

    1. Mrs.pencils Avatar
      Mrs.pencils

      Oh brother. Apparently you haven’t lived around squirrels. We lived next to a national forest and squirrels were my number one enemy! There is NO chance of trying pose a squirrel. Unless it was domesticated so you can pose them in little outfits then you most likely won’t be able to even touch a squirrel. They bite, can attack and they totally freak out! So please don’t worry.

      1. Hayley Eaves Avatar
        Hayley Eaves

        I think the point is that people will be disturbing nests in an attempt to recreate this photo, and not that people are going to train squirrels to pose…

  3. Levi Avatar
    Levi

    Must be around 500 “photographers of the year” at his point

  4. Kayla Avatar
    Kayla

    How can you possibly choose just one!

  5. Hayley Eaves Avatar
    Hayley Eaves

    How are those chained bears considered “wildlife”? The whole point of wildlife photography is to catch animals in the wild! I’m of course happy to see this evil being exposed, but for me, Mogens Trolles’ photo is something special. There is hope, fear, and imagination in that little monkey’s face; we can all connect to that. Spectacular. Plus, the monkey isn’t behind bars or chained.

  6. Richard James Milne Avatar
    Richard James Milne

    They’re so many to choose and most are good! If I look at it from from my Professional eye, I looked at framing, quality of the image, the story, the difficulty of taking these amazing image. I have to give my vote to the snow Bunny by Andy Parkinson as Wildlife Photographer of the Year. His amazing image that story speak about a little animals survival of a winters storm. To be out there in such conditions to capture this moment, perfectly placed & lit, is something I’ve never ever seen in a photograph my 64 years.

  7. Jude Wilkins Avatar
    Jude Wilkins

    I really wish there were explanations or short stories that accompanied the photos. A few I know about but for the rest, I’d like to know more. A spectacular photo by itself tells us little. Please say more.