Firstly, I must apologise for taking so long to write the next posts about my Australian adventure; going through and processing close to 10,000 images is, as I'm sure you can imagine, quite a tedious task!
Now, onto the main subject of this post:
Yesterday morning I attended the award ceremony of the Marwell Wildlife 2013 Photographic Competition. I was immensely chuffed to be the runner up of the Junior Native Wildlife category, as well as having a commended image in this category too. Since this is the first time I have ever got past shortlisting in a competition, it was a pretty surreal experience, but is one that I hope to repeat in the not too distant future!
These are the two images that got placed:
|'Heron in the Snow' - Junior Native Wildlife - Runner Up|
|'Dunlin Dreams' - Junior Native Wildlife - Commended|