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The Naturehood 2022 Photography Competition winners

19 October 2022

Our 12 winners of the Naturehood wildlife photography competition have been chosen by our judges. With over 150 entries at an amazingly high standard, it was a difficult decision for our celebrity judge panel, David Lindo, Megan McCubbin and Dan O'Neill. A huge congratulations to our winners and thank you to everyone who entered and supported Naturehood by taking part in the competition. 

Read on to discover our winners and hear from our judges on why they chose them.

Sheena Applegarth-Jones

Sheena captured this beautiful autumnal scene.


Sue Brown

 Sue captured this beautiful moment with a brown hare.


Izzy Fry

This stunning head on shot of an otter was taken by Izzy.

Richard Harrop

Richard took this magical photo of a red squirrel and a coal tit in the snow.


Emma Hutchinson

Emma captured this poplar hawkmoth with a unique perspective.


Ian Knight

 This gorgeous puffin shot was taken by Ian.


Anna Livesey

Anna captured the moment a red mason bee checked out a potential nesting spot in a bee hotel. 


Sue Michelmore

Sue caught this romantic moment between two common blue butterflies on camera. 

Louise Norris

A small white butterfly captured at just the right moment by Louise.



Teresa Owen

This beautiful scene of a roe deer staring at the camera amongst woodland wildflowers was taken by Teresa. 


Frank Williams

An atmospheric shot of a dew laden cobweb captured by Frank. 


Craig Williamson

Craig captured this stunning shot of a moorhen walking on and reflected in ice. 



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