There seem to be a lot of photo competitions announcing winners at the moment with some lovely but thought-provoking images

Capturing Ecology 2022 – Winning Images Announced - British Ecology Society

The glowing golden eyes of a Helena’s Treefrog piercing through the darkness; the blissful calm of a bird floating on water; and the thrilling chase of a hungry mother leopard are among the winners of the British Ecological Society’s annual photography competition, ‘Capturing Ecology’.

leopard & deer, hermit crab, frog & butterfly
Clockwise from top left. Overall Runner Up: Leopard Surprise! Peter Hudson; Category Winner: A New Plastic Home, Andreas Eich; Student Category Winner: Morning Dew, Francesca Martelli; Overall Winner: A light in the shadows, Roberto Garcia Roa.

Every year the British Ecological Society hosts ‘Capturing Ecology’ – an annual photography competition focused on showcasing the beauty of ecology.

This year’s winners tell a powerful story about the intricacies of nature, and our relationship with the natural world. From predator-prey dynamics on the earth, skies, and seas, to connections between people, wildlife, and the environments we share.

Captured by international ecologists and students, this year’s winning images and additional seven highly commended images celebrate the diversity of ecology, capturing flora and fauna from across the globe.

This year Capturing Ecology was sponsored by Dryad – a non-profit, community-designed, online service helping you make the most of your research data and meet emerging publisher and funder policies, worry-free.

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Posted On: 02/12/2022

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