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I bet you almost forgot, but we didn’t! We are excited to announce our 2011 Best Wildlife Photo selections. Lesley Smitheringale from Australia will be receiving $100 worth of photo prints from Shutterfly, a $25 iTunes gift card (may we suggest subscribing to National Geographic magazine on iPad!), and a stitched Earth Lover patch all
Spanish photographer, Daniel Beltra ‘s picture has been voted as being the most striking and memorable of all the competition’s entries. The award-winner receives a big cash prize and the coveted title Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2011. Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by the Natural History Museum and
Now that I am on Long Service Leave I will have time to draw and paint wildlife. I just wonder if I will ever be as good as the winning artists of this prestigious competition. These are all outstanding. Well done to all of the artists.
I keep my eye on this competition every year as I entered it a few years ago and my photograph of a pair of lorikeets “Lean on Me” was shortlisted. Anyway, here are the outstanding photographs which have been selected as winners in the various categories.
This exhibit is intended to represent nature in all of its beautiful forms and the wildlife that inhabits the great outdoors (i.e. landscapes, seascapes, florals, plant life, wild animals and marine life, birds, etc.)
The winning artworks of the Wildlife Art Society of Australasia 2010 Exhibition and Competition.
Now in its second year, this art competition showcased even more stunning work. Last year, the inaugural awards for wildlife artists highlighted some truly beautiful and original art. This year, the competition attracted more than 500 entries from as far away as Canada, Mexico, Australia and Japan, of which just under 100 artworks made it