British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014 Winners – Design You Trust

British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014 Winners

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The British Wildlife Photography Awards winners have been revealed, with Lee Acaster from Suffolk taking home the top prize for his shot of a Graylag Goose in London. Acaster, who received £5,000, photographed the animal against an ominous London skyline, with The Shard clearly visible in the background. Here: “Urban Tourist (Graylag Goose)”. Urban category and overall winner. (Photo by Lee Acaster/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Big Blues – Shark”. Coast category winner. (Photo by Alexander Mustard/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Hazel Dormouse Monitoring”. Documentary category winner. (Photo by Nick Upton/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Waving Seal”. Highly Commended in the Portraits category. (Photo by Luke Wilkinson/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Badger – Brock over Brook”. Highly Commended in the Portraits category. (Photo by Russell Savory/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“On the Prowl – Fox”. Sixteen-year-old Joshua Burch won the 12-18 prize. (Photo by Joshua Burch/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Spring is in the Air”. Seasons category winner. (Photo by Andrew Parkinson/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Autumn Jewels ” Woodland”. Wild Woods category winner. (Photo by Peter Cairns/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Otter and Puffin”. Behaviour category winner. (Photo by Richard Shucksmith/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Window Gnat”. Hidden category winner. (Photo by Susie Hewitt/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Grey Seal Claws”. Close to Nature category winner. (Photo by Jim Greenfield/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Owl”. Portraits category submission. (Photo by Matt Binstead/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Shag Resting”. Portraits category winner. (Photo by Steven Fairbrother/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Green and Red Telephone Box”. Botanical category winner. (Photo by Philip Braude/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Swan in Morning Mist”. Commended in the Black and White category. (Photo by Andrew Kaplan/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“Blue on Black – Blue Shark”. Black and White category winner. (Photo by Alexander Mustard/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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“A Life at Sea – Nesting Gannets”. Habitat category winner. (Photo by Ruth Asher/British Wildlife Photography Awards 2014)

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