Sunday Times Wilderness Photograph of the Year competition 2016
Win your share of R600,000 in safaris, camera gear and cash prizes in South Africa’s most prestigious competition for global nature photography
Sunday Times Travel, together with Wilderness Safaris and Canon, is on the hunt for outstanding wilderness photographs in two categories:
1) Endangered Africa – Images that tell a moving story about the fragile nature of Africa’s rare or endangered wild landscapes, animals and plants.
2) Wildlife Behaviour – Photos that shine a spotlight on the extraordinary (and often secret) lives of wild animals, aquatic life, birds or insects.
So if you’ve snapped some knock-out nature photos, enter them now and you’ll be in the running to win monthly and yearly grand prizes worth a whopping R600,000!
Best of all, the more times you enter, the more chances you’ll have to win.
A BIRD’S-EYE VIEW: HOW THIS COMPETITION WORKS AND WHAT YOU COULD WIN
• You can enter up 10 photos in each category per month from May 1 to November 16 2016. Entering is easy, do it now!
• Every month our world-class judging panel will choose a winner in each category. Each monthly winner will receive a R2,000 cash prize courtesy of the Sunday Times.
First prize: A once-in-a-lifetime, uber-luxurious safari for two to Botswana worth R300,000 plus top camera gear to the value of R70,000.
Second prize: An unforgettable five-star safari for two to Zimbabwe and Zambia worth R150,000 plus quality camera gear to the value of R33,000.
Note: Monthly and yearly winners will be announced in the Sunday Times Travel print supplement.
VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE PHOTO EVERY MONTH AND YOU COULD WIN R1,000!
We’ll upload the top photos entered in the Endangered Africa and Wildlife Behaviour categories on the Sunday Times Facebook page towards the end of each month.
Simply vote for your favourite photo by liking it and you’ll go into a lucky draw to stand a chance to win a monthly R1,000 cash prize courtesy of the Sunday Times.
The photo that’s voted ‘most liked’ each month will go into the running to earn a spot in the top 15 photos considered for the year’s grand prizes.