Best shots

Win­ning images of wild Bri­tain re­vealed

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Es­tab­lished in 2009, the BWPA aims to cel­e­brate Bri­tish wildlife and raise aware­ness of its di­ver­sity and beauty. Feast your eyes on a se­lec­tion of short­listed and win­ning images from this year’s photo com­pe­ti­tion

Wild woods, highly com­mended

Au­tumn Wood­lands

Ceri Jones

(Beech, Fa­gaceae; Pine, Pi­nus) Wood­cote, Oxfordshire, Eng­land

This scene was taken in my lo­cal woods on a misty au­tumn morn­ing. I loved the warm colours of the au­tumn beech trees, which pro­vide a nat­u­ral frame around a view into pinewoods with a much cooler ap­pear­ance. The cam­era was tri­pod-mounted. Nikon D800, 28-300mm, 1/10 sec, f/16, ISO400

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