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Win £1,000: Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2020

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Are you the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2020?

I'm very pleased to announce that our competition is now open for entries!

The Overall Winner of the competition will take home £1,000 in cash, with the People's Choice Award winner bagging £500.

Plus, there are some great prizes for our Category winners.


Our judging panel, including TV & radio presenter Mark Carwardine, are eager to see your entries. The deadline for submissions is February 15th 2020.

Nature TTL is the largest resource for nature photographers online, and we've been providing free tutorials for over 5 years to thousands of photographers.

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2020 The TP 52'ers challenge for 2020. Sign up thread.

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My Mama always said life was like a box of chocolates..
you never know what you are going to get …
However if you sign up, one thing is certain, you will get a weekly theme to test yourself.
Well then, are looking for an excuse to get your camera out?

If the answer is no, then run along, this is not the thread you are looking for.
If the answer is yes, why not join in the 2020 TP 52 challenge?

There are no prizes, just self satisfaction, some friendly banter, with like minded people and of course a few laughs along the way.
Everyone is welcome to join in, whether you are one of the stalwarts of the 52 community ( its entering its 11th year) or a 52 virgin,
whatever your level of experience, you are most welcome.
We are a friendly bunch and quick to help out if you need it,

The old hands know the score, and thanks to all that took part in 2019 making it...

Red (Unhappy) Stag

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Taken on private land - long lens for this one ( 150-600mm) soaking wet - me and the Stag :LOL::LOL::LOL:

I still got bellowed at :)

Red Stag Bellow
by Les Moxon, on Flickr

Les :)


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Just over a year ago I visited Wistmans Wood in the best conditions I have seen at this location. Unfortunately, it was already blue hour when the fog rolled in and transformed the woodlandand the moment only lasted 20-30mins. Luckily having visited the woods on many occasion before I knew the image I wanted!

This image from the set named "Mystical" went viral earlier this year and it is still being shared by various sites and magazines across the globe. For anyone interested all the other images I've shot from Wistmans are on my Flickr and Behance pages.

by Neil Burnell, on Flickr

The Snail

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Not a lot to say really, it's a snail on a bit of vine tendril.

by Dominic Rodgers, on Flickr

cormorant wings spread

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had a nice couple of hours this morning with a trio of obliging cormorants ,high tide at high noon

50 shades of black
by jeff and jan cohen, on Flickr