Each year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards elect the funniest animal photos of the year. In 2020, forty-four photos were selected and the names of the winners will be announced on October 22. Miscellany.
“A young seal relaxes on a rock in Sinclair Bay and its thick layer of fat hugs the contours of the rock. Looks like he’s laughing at a really good joke while he’s just yawning … “
“I came across a fox den while walking to spend some time in the wilderness in nearby fields. I spent an entire, totally magical morning with four adorable little foxes. At one point, one of the little ones started to sniffle.
Seconds later this shrew came out and he started playing with it. After a while, the fox climbed onto the stone and threw the shrew in the air … It landed in such a way that it seemed to be in the middle of a conversation with it.
It looked like she was asking him, “Please don’t kill me!” This scene reminded me of the story of the Gruffalo, written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler, which follows the adventures of a mouse who crosses the forest and who at each meeting claims to wait for the Gruffalo, a character she thinks to have invented. “
“As this young lady slowly woke up, she suddenly became aware of my presence. I was lined up on the rod to take a profile shot of its wings and body, but the dragonfly responded to the human presence and the camera by putting the rod between it and me. I still took the picture. It wasn’t until later that I realized how special she was. And how the dragonfly looks like one of the Muppets. “
“I was hoping that a kingfisher would land on the ‘No fishing’ sign but I never imagined that he would land there for several seconds with a fish in his bill. I was thrilled! He then flew away with his catch. He looked like he was making fun of whoever put up that sign. ”
“Among a group of parrotfish from the Canary Islands, I saw this one that had a crooked mouth and seemed to be smiling. I don’t know if it was caused by a hook or just something hard he was trying to eat. I focused on it, it took me several minutes to get this frontal photo … and yes, it made my day! “
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