Yorkshire Wildlife Trust Photographer Competition

February 10, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

I don't tend to enter too many competitions, so it's always a nice surprise to be told I'm through to either a subsequent or final round of voting.

The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is one of a number of wildlife trusts across the country. They're charities, protecting and providing access to wild places up and down the country.

For their 2015 photography competition, I entered one of my images of a leaping red squirrel. Taken in foul weather last year in North Yorkshire, one of the few places outside of Scotland where they're making a comeback against the greys, jumping from branch to branch, the wet weather at least made for interesting effects with the little guys leaving trails of water droplets behind them.

From the pool of photographs entered, the judges selected this as one of the five finalists, and these are available for public voting to decide a winner.

If you've got five minutes, feel free to have a look, and cast your vote for your favourite:

http://www.ywt.org.uk/vote-wildlife15

Voting closes on Friday - 13th Feb

Cheers!

Mark

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