May’s top 10 shots in the Sunday Times Wilderness Photograph of the Year competition

22 May 2016 - 02:00 By Staff Reporter

These astonishing images celebrate extraordinary wildlife behaviour and the glory of rare and endangered nature. Grab Sunday Times Travel on May 29 to see which two photos will each win R2,000, in association with Canon and Wilderness Safaris

<b>Category finalist: Endangered Africa -</b> Blue cranes fly across a Great Karoo sunset in the Eastern Cape, near Graaff-Reinet, South Africa. According to conservation organisation @Birdlife, this species has declined rapidly, largely owing to poisoning, powerline collisions and loss of its grassland breeding habitat.
Category finalist: Endangered Africa - Blue cranes fly across a Great Karoo sunset in the Eastern Cape, near Graaff-Reinet, South Africa. According to conservation organisation @Birdlife, this species has declined rapidly, largely owing to poisoning, powerline collisions and loss of its grassland breeding habitat.
Image: Michael Kieth Henry

Go to our Facebook page and vote for your favourite #stwildphoto and stand a chance of bagging R1,000 in the Sunday Times Wilderness Photograph of the Year competition! We’ll consider the year’s most popular shots for the coveted Top 15, so make sure you like your favourite finalists in May’s Top 10 gallery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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