Winning shots from the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

Celebrating nature’s capability to make us chuckle, the annual images gong has revealed its newest winners

A yawning hippo, a winged antelope, quarrelling penguins — the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards are again with extra unlikely photos from the pure world. 

The general winner was Jennifer Hadley for her shot of a lion cub attempting to climb a tree (see beneath). “It was most likely his first time,” she stated of the large cat. “And he determined to simply go for it.” 

Hadley caught the second the cub misplaced his grip. Fortuitously solely his satisfaction was damage. “Fortunately as cats do, he righted himself simply in time and landed on all fours and ran off together with his siblings,” stated the photographer, who received a safari in Kenya’s Masai Mara for the picture. 

The free-to-enter Comedy Wildlife Pictures Awards was based in 2015 by Paul Joynson Hicks and Tom Sullam, each skilled photographers and passionate conservationists.

In addition to offering mild reduction and pleasure, the competitors goals to drum up assist for conservation in an attractive and optimistic method, championing the work of charity companion, Whitley Fund for Nature, a UK charity that helps conservation leaders within the world south. 

Hadley received high prize for her shot of a lion attempting to climb a tree. Picture: Jennifer Hadley/Comedy Wildlife 2022

There have been 5 class winners, together with Arturo Telle Thiemann for his shot of a gray triggerfish smiling for the digicam, which received the underwater class. 

Jia Chen, in the meantime, scooped high honours within the portfolio class for her collection displaying a cooper’s hawk taking part in soccer in Canada. See gallery beneath for this photos and extra. 


Gallery: profitable and extremely counseled pictures

Important picture: Jean Jacques Alcalay/Comedy Wildlife 2022