2007: Animals in their Environment
The habitat must be as important a part of the image as the species being photographed, and the picture must convey a feeling of the relationship between them.
Winner Breath taking Paul NicklenView
Runner-up Self portrait Michael NicholsView
Specially Commended Hawk and passing storm Shane RuckerView
Highly Commended Penguin in a sand storm Martin EisenhawerView
Highly Commended Freezing issues Norbert RosingView
Highly Commended Last light Scott McKinleyView
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