I’m fascinated by the skill of wildlife photographers and the lengths they go to capture spectacular moments in the wild. I was gripped by the BBC’s Frozen Planet series and so I couldn’t miss visiting the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum.
Here are my top five photos:
· Stack of suitors – Marcel Gubern (favourite animal)
· Crane perfection – Stefano Unterthiner (display worthy)
· Taking flight – Paul Goldstein (amazing moment)
The interactive kiosks were a clever way of encouraging comment and picking your favourites, but I can’t help think that a QR code and a less clunky online process would have been even better.
The exhibition closes on 11 March so get in quick and book tickets in advance. The Natural History Museum attracts queues at the weekend but tickets provide queue jump (making the £9 even more worthwhile!).
If you’ve seen the exhibition already I’d be intrigued to know your favourite photos, so please comment below!