Wildlife Photographer of the Year (2004) at the Conservation Centre until September 18th 2005.
The international competition, organised by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine aims to reward the best wildlife photographers from across the world. Their photographs convey the wonder, drama and beauty of life on Earth.
There are, indeed, some excellent shots of wildlife but my own favourites are the few that don’t actually have any animals in them. Like this picture of Giant Amazonian Waterlillies and there’s one of ice bubbles in a pond with golden sunlight shining on the grass.
More details at www.nhm.ac.uk/wildphoto