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

17 June 2016 - 21:22 By Staff reporter

A spellbinding selection of images makes up this month’s pick of the crop – from an Alaskan polar bear’s slippery ice capers to a face-to-face encounter with a boomslang, one of the Africa’s most poisonous snakes. Grab Sunday Times Travel on June 26 to see which two photos will each win R2,000 – in association with Canon and Wilderness Safaris

<b>June 2016 category winner: Endangered Africa -</b> The moving silhouette of miraculous poaching survivor Thandi at Kariega Game Reserve, Eastern Cape. Southern white rhinos like Thandi are heavily targeted by poachers across southern Africa.
June 2016 category winner: Endangered Africa - The moving silhouette of miraculous poaching survivor Thandi at Kariega Game Reserve, Eastern Cape. Southern white rhinos like Thandi are heavily targeted by poachers across southern Africa.
Image: Neil Aldridge

Go to our Facebook page to vote for your favourite. Just search for the hashtag #stwildphoto … and stand a chance of bagging R1,000 in the Sunday Times Wilderness Photograph of the Year competition! Our judges will consider the year’s most popular shots for 2016’s coveted Top 15, so make sure you like your favourite finalists in June’s Top 10 gallery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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