Our Photographer of the Year 2020 competition, brought to you by Airlink, with a stunning safari prize provided by Djuma Private Game Reserve, is now in full swing and open for submissions!
The competition runs from December 2019 through to the end of April 2020, and there is a great prize up for grabs! The overall winner, first runner-up, and second runner-up (along with their partners), will experience the ultimate private safari at Djuma Private Game Reserve, located in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve in the Big 5 Greater Kruger, South Africa. Read about the safari enjoyed by the 2019 winners here.
There are three galleries showcasing this week’s Weekly Selection. To see the other gallery click here: Gallery 2, Gallery 3
Get your entries in now and join us in celebrating Africa! Click here for more details about how to enter.
📷 A pair of giraffes walk across an expansive grassland. Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya © Amish Chhagan
📷 A female caracal catches a rodent to feed her two kittens. Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania © Bill Klipp
📷 A honey badger trots along in search of a meal. Etosha National Park, Namibia © Elize Labuschagne-Hull
📷 A cackle of spotted hyena having a morning drink. Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa © John Vosloo
📷 A lion pair come face-to-face. Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa © Ernest Porter
📷 A male gelada baboon (also known as a bleeding-heart monkey) surveys the spectacular view from a cliff edge. Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia © Franciscus Scheelings
📷 A leopard stretches out on a tree branch. Ndutu, Tanzania © Hilton Kotze
📷 Two baby baboons share a moment of tenderness. Pilansberg National Park, South Africa © Ilna Booyens
📷 A group of Chadian women gather to wash dishes at a nearby stream. Moundou, Southern Chad © Inger Vandyke
📷 A sensory experience as a backlit spotted hyena feeds off a hippo carcass. South Luangwa National Park, Zambia © Jashika Patel
📷 Desert-adapted elephants survive against all odds in the harsh environment of Uibasen Twyfelfontein Conservancy, Namibia © Jeff Harrisberg
📷 A Damara dik-dik amongst the thorns. Etosha National Park, Namibia © Elize Labuschagne-Hull
📷 A knob-billed (comb) duck is a blur of motion. Zibulo Colliery, South Africa © John Mullineux
📷 A gelada baboon (also known as a bleeding-heart monkey) with his sharp yellowed canines just visible. Simien Mountains National Park, Ethiopia © Marcus Westberg
📷 A tiny baby vervet monkey is all eyes and ears as it stares out anxiously at its new world. Mountain Zebra National Park, South Africa © John Vosloo
📷 A cheetah at first light. Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya © Jonathan Kaelo
📷 A spotted bush snake enjoys a Cape girdled lizard meal. Amakhala Game Reserve, South Africa © Justin Tyler Barlow
📷 A desaturated and cropped photograph of eland against the bleak landscape of drought-stricken Etosha National Park, Namibia © Elize Labuschagne-Hull
📷 A tower of giraffe on a hill looking across the border towards Tanzania. Akagera National Park, Rwanda © Marcus Westberg
📷 A big male silverback gorilla of the Nyakagezi family. Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda © Kathleen Ricker
📷 Avenue of the baobabs and a spectacular Madagascan sunset. © Kim Paffen
📷 A Verreaux’s sifaka gripping a tree. Taolagnaro (formerly Fort Dauphin), Madagascar ©Linda Klipp
📷 A lioness peers out beneath the belly of a pride mate as she feeds on a giraffe kill. Ruaha National Park, Tanzania © Marc Mol
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