Winners and runners up of Cotswold Wildlife Park Photo Competition announced
PUBLISHED: 16:52 15 December 2014 | UPDATED: 09:57 29 May 2015
There were over 500 entries to the Cotswold Wildlife Park 2014 Photo Competition, with the short-list judged by a professional photographer. Click the gallery to see a selection of the submissions...
Cotswold Wildlife Park Photo Competition 2014
Runner up: Abby Blythe captured the Park's prairie dogs looking guilty
Runner up: Alice Latham took this photo of one of the zebras
Runner up: Gordon Gray captured the water droplets made by one of the humboldt penguins
Runner up: Nathan Horton caught the Park's male lion Rana resting
Special mention - Emma Ferrier captured her son's reaction to Rhinos 'playing piggy-back' with each other
The winner of the adult section is Richard Brown with his photography of the elusive clouded leopard
Winner of the Children's Photo Competition this year was Georgia Dicks, aged 11, with this photo of tapir calf Loli meeting one of the cabybaras
Every photo entered was printed off and circulated amongst Cotswold Wildlife Park staff, who voted for their favourites. The short-list was then judged by a professional photographer, and the winners and runners up were announced earlier this December.
The winning and runner up photos will be on display in the Park’s restaurant from February 2015.
Click the gallery to see a selection of the entries.
For more information, visit: www.cotswoldwildlifepark.co.uk/whats-on/competitions.htm