Bird Photography Competition - Judges Choice
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Congratulations to Lalith Ekanayake, Nick Dale and Jack Dodson.
Each judge also awarded a judge’s choice for an image that had specifically caught their eye.
Jon Ashton chose Nick Dale’s’ King penguin stepping over rock’ for its storytelling in particular the rear penguin is seemingly looking over the shoulder of its companion. Nick is from London.
Charles Farnell chose the heron of Jack Dodson from Surrey for its composition and superb technical quality, especially liking the trio of droplets arranged vertically below the bird’s beak which show up well against the lovely tones of the backdrop.
Mike McNamee was taken with the depiction of vulnerability of this gull chick from Sri Lankan, Lalith Ekanayake. The image is an example of using a really wide-angle lens to create drama from the birds wheeling overhead, enhanced by the complementary colours of the bird against the blue sky. Bird photography need not always be the province of long, expensive lenses!
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1st Place see HERE
2nd Place see HERE
3rd Place see HERE
Judges Choice see HERE
Highly Commended images see HERE
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