Malvern photographer in national finals

A photographer from Malvern has impressed judges with her stunning nature photographs – and now she is looking forward to your votes. Barnards Green’s Sue Dudley wowed judges of the Scottish Seabird Centre’s Nature Photography Awards. And, as a result of this, it has had 6 snapshots in the winning list that got over five-hundred entries.

stunning nature photographs

Ms Dudley has 2 shots in World Flora class including Solitary Splendour that describes a single bluebell detached in a sea of wild garlic, and Garlic Foam that features wild garlic in spring woodland. Two other shots have been ranked in Creative Visions of Nature category, as well as her final shots are in the new category Nature’s Foragers, which is sponsored by CityCard Manchester

These reveal a red colored kite in the middle of Wales dropping his food – a labyrinth spider – before catching it again, seen in Pembrokeshire, relishing a fly for lunch. Speaking about her image Garlic Foam told that this site on the flanks of Malvern Hills is always great for wild garlic, and the ground is a sea of foamy white blossoms in springtime.

And, the scent is utterly overwhelming. He knew exactly the composition he wanted, but even with the acres of flowers available, it still took him an hour to find the perfect blossom standing tall amongst its colleagues.

Scottish Field editor Richard Bath told that with over five hundred images this year, the whole judging process was a bit challenging. The standard of photography as well as creativity was quite outstanding.

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| March 31st, 2016 | Posted in Uncategorized |

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