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WEEKLY SELECTION 10 - 2022 PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

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Team Africa Geographic

Thursday, 14 April 2022

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Our Photographer of the Year 2022 is open for submissions, with cash prizes of US$10,000 for the winner and two runners-up. Winners and their partners will also join our CEO Simon Espley and his wife Lizz on the ultimate private safari in Botswana.

We are open for entries from 1 February 2022 to midnight on 30 April 2022. Judging for Photographer of the Year will take place throughout those months and for the month of May 2022, and the winners will be announced end May 2022.

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Here are the best submissions for this week 

 

Photographer of the Year
A blue crane – rare in most parts of South Africa – thriving with chicks in the Garden Route. Albertinia, Western Cape, South Africa. © Deon Oosthuizen
Photographer of the Year
Victor in a game between siblings, a cheetah cub claims a triumphant spot atop a leadwood stump. Kruger National Park, South Africa. © Mattheuns Pretorius
Photographer of the Year
White-fronted bee-eaters take flight. The Aloe Farm, Hartbeespoort, North West, South Africa. © Sean Davis
Photographer of the Year
Luscious locks at sunrise. Liuwa Plain National Park, Zambia. © Andrew Macdonald
Aerial abstract. A bird’s-eye view of Sossusvlei reveals life sprouting from the dunes. Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia. © Lucy Gemmill
Photographer of the Year
Collared pratincole in full-wing stretch. Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe. © Barry Launder
Photographer of the Year
Tiny dragon with penetrating gaze. Rough-scaled bush vipers are hard to spot in their preferred hideaways of dense vegetation, where they are well camouflaged. Uganda. © Bobby Bok
Africa Geographic Travel
Photographer of the Year
Strandwolf in miniature at dawn. A brown hyena walks amongst the impressive red dunes as it returns to its den site. Sossusvlei, Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia. © Brendon White
Photographer of the Year
Mud on canvas. An elephant gets sloppy during a mud bath. Mana Pools National Park, Zimbabwe. © Barry Launder
Photographer of the Year
Shrouded ambition. Phinda Private Game Reserve, South Africa. © Brendon White
Photographer of the Year
‘Shred the patriarchy’. 23-year-old Hilam’s portrait on a rooftop in Casablanca forms part of a series of the same name, focusing on the empowerment of Moroccan women in marginalised communities through subcultural expressions of identity. Morocco. © Chantal Pinzi
Photographer of the Year
A lucky shot as a leopard returns to its carcass. Kruger National Park, South Africa. © Deon Kelbrick
Photographer of the Year
The elegant motion of a little bee-eater in full dive. Harare, Zimbabwe. © Barry Launder
Photographer of the Year
Obligations of youth. Frollicking in Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa. © Ernest Porter
Africa Geographic Travel
Photographer of the Year
Allegory of life and death. Zimanga Private Game Reserve, South Africa. © Hendri Venter
Photographer of the Year
A pair of blue-billed teals take downtime from dabbling, reflections floating on the water’s surface. Amboseli National Park, Kenya. © Aarti Shah
Photographer of the Year
Fade to fynbos. A Knysna dwarf chameleon disappears into the vibrant colours of an Erica shrub. Garden Route Botanical Gardens, George, South Africa. © Brendon White
Photographer of the Year
Scaled enchanter. A green bush viper survives in the last remnants of the once-great Kakamega Forest. Kenya. © Robin James Backhouse
Photographer of the Year
Red bishop showing off. Harare, Zimbabwe. © Barry Launder
Photographer of the Year
Muddy cakewalk. Kruger National Park, South Africa. © Sean Koekemoer
Photographer of the Year
Dangerous catch. A crocodile drags its baboon prey to the water. Chobe National Park, Botswana. © Tania Cholwich
Photographer of the Year
Yellow bishop hawking flying ants. Greystone Nature Preserve, Harare, Zimbabwe. © Barry Launder
Photographer of the year 2021

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