wild about repeating patterns

Kim Wolhuter (South Africa) won the Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species. Kim has been filming African wild dogs at Zimbabwe’s Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve for more than four years. He knows one pack intimately. ‘I have travelled with them, on foot, in the pack itself, running with them as they hunt.”

This black-headed gull caught Eve Tucker’s eye as it sat in the middle of the extraordinary patterns in the water. Eve (UK) realised these patterns were in fact the reflections of some of the tallest buildings in London surrounding the docklands at the heart of the business and financial district of Canary Wharf.

via BBC :: Wildlife Photographer of the Year winners

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One Response to wild about repeating patterns

  1. PRAMUDIYA says:

    great patterns and photos indeed!

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