This year marks the 58th Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and has seen tonnes of magnificent entries from photographers of all experience levels, ages and nationalities.
There are 25 jaw-dropping images this year that includes a golden pheasant duo, a kangaroo with her baby standing in the aftermath of a fire and the breaths of an arctic fox.
The annual photo competition is hosted at London’s Natural History Museum and they’re encouraging fans to vote online to choose the People’s Choice Awards winner.
Over 50,000 images have been submitted from 95 countries and the final 25 images are sitting on display in the Wildlife Photographer of the year exhibit in London’s Natural History Museum.
The winner of the peoples choice award will be shown until the 5th June when the exhibit closes. The top 5 will be viewable online along with the winners picked by the panel of judges earlier this year.
The exhibition will also be touring around the UK, Belgium, Canada, Australia, USA, Germany and more.
You can vote for your favourite online via the link, voting ends on February 2, 2022 – https://www.nhm.ac.uk/wpy/peoples-choice