Our Photographer of the Year 2020, with a stunning safari prize provided by Djuma Private Game Reserve, is now in full swing.
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 four galleries showcasing this week’s Weekly Selection. To see the other gallery click here: Gallery 1, Gallery 2, Gallery 3
📷 A puku and her new-born calf at dawn. South Luangwa National Park, Zambia © Alice Péretié
📷 A painted wolf (African wild dog) rests in the damp sand near a waterhole. Zimanga Private Game Reserve, South Africa © Andreas Hemb
📷 A leopard cub fits snuggly beneath its mother’s chin. Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Kenya © Andy Howe
📷 Black and white silhouette of a cheetah and her cub. Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa © Anja Denker
📷 A male Cape weaver puts on a display, trying to attract females to his newly built nest. Tsitsikamma National Park, South Africa © Antionette Morkel
📷 A close-up of an elephant’s trunk. Linyanti Concession Area, northern Botswana © Carl Havemann
📷 An old male lion snarls at a crocodile as it approaches the carcass he was feasting on. Chobe River, Botswana © Charl Stols
📷 Three sub-adult male lions share a drink from a pool of water. Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe © Christo Giliomee
📷 A frog waiting for the opportunity to ambush a moth. Zimanga Private Game Reserve, South Africa © Dewald Tromp
📷 A black-backed jackal narrowly misses a sandgrouse. Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa © Elize Labuschagne
📷 A macro photograph of newly hatched bug nymphs. Sabiepark Private Nature Reserve, South Africa © Eraine van Schalkwyk
📷 A wrestling match between a pair of ground squirrels. Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa © Gonnie Myburgh
📷 A wobbly new-born elephant calf is helped to its feet by its mother as it prepares to take its first steps. Chobe National Park, Botswana © Charl Stols
📷 A bright yellow flap-necked chameleon. Etosha National Park, Namibia © Jon Colman
📷 Beautiful pink blombos flowers and the mountainous scene of Asegaaiboskloof in Jonkershoek Nature Reserve, South Africa © Justin Hawthorne
📷 Portrait of a young and fluffy plains zebra foal. Mara North Conservancy, Kenya © Andy Howe
📷 An orphaned gorilla in the arms of its caretaker at the Senkwekwe Center. Virunga National Park, Democratic Republic of the Congo © Marcus Westberg
📷 A female leopard flushed a porcupine from its burrow and pays a painful price for her meal. Kruger National Park, South Africa © Mark Kaptein
📷 A male lion with the painful remains of an unsuccessful porcupine hunt. Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa © Mietsie Visser
📷 A male ostrich stretches out his wings to provide shade for four chicks. Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa © Nico Janse van Rensburg
📷 A marabou stork tosses a skimmer chick into the air before swallowing it whole. Chobe River, Botswana © Sabine Stols
📷 An explosion of dust as wildebeest leap into the Mara River during the Great Migration. Serengeti National Park, Tanzania © Simone Basini
📷 A muddy spotted hyena chews on the jaw of a hippo carcass. Mara North Conservancy, Kenya © Tommy Mees
📷 A Rüppell’s vulture chases a black-backed jackal from a wildebeest carcass. Serengeti National Park, Tanzania © Charl Stols
📷 A lion cub inquisitively peers out over a stump. Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Kenya © Yarin Klein
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