We participated in the 46th edition of Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, which is an international showcase of the very best in nature photography. It is owned by two UK institutions that pride themselves on revealing and championing the diversity of life on Earth – the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine. Each year thousands of entries are received and judged by a specially selected expert panel and the winners are announced at an awards ceremony that takes place each October at the Natural History Museum, London.


We had also participated in the 45th edition last year and you can see the images that made the Semi-Finals round, here. This year we were thrilled, because not only did 6 of our images make it to the Semi-Final round; one image qualified for the Final round! In this post, we share with you all those images that did us proud.

This image of the Indian Rhinoceros taken in Kaziranga national park made it to the Final round in the category of ‘Animal in their environment”.This other image of the same Rhino made it to the Semi-Final round in the category of “Animal Portraits”.A third image of the same Rhino made it to the Semi-Final round in the category of “Animal Behavior – Mammals”. You can see more images of that experience here.This image of the Grey Jungle fowl made it to the Semi-Final round in the category of “Animal Behavior – Birds”. You can see more image of that experience here. This image of the Common Stonechat made it to the Semi-Final round in the category of “Creative Visions of Nature”. More images from that sighting can be seen here. This image of a Leopard made it to the Semi-Final round in the category of “Creative Visions of Nature”. The post covering that sighting is here.This image of the Spotted Owlet made it to the Semi-Final round in the category of “Urban and Garden Wildlife”. This image was photographed from our apartment balcony, which overlooks a big patch of green surrounded by trees.

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