Photography Competition 2020 Judge's and Public's Winners announced

Our judging panel and the public's votes have decided the winners in this year's photography competition.

Judges Winner – Michael Cant – Swans at Brundon Mill - Eastern Angles category

‘I’m speechless, thank you! I was out experimenting with different shutter speeds at a local mill where I knew the swans congregated. Working in black and white is my preference – it brings something out that really appeals to me.’ - Michael Cant

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Judge's Winner and Eastern angles category winner 

Public Vote Winner – Evie Easterbrook – Puffin calling – 12-18 year old category

‘The competition has such a positive effect on my kids. It energises them to get out with their cameras and get shots with a real purpose in mind.’ - Evie's Dad, Stuart Easterbrook.

Suffolk Wildlife Trust

Public's winner and 12-18 year olds category winner

Michael Strand, Community Fundraising Manager and competition organiser sums up this year's competition:

"Our 2020 overall winners have been decided and two worthy winners they are too! Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 we have been unable to hold a presentation evening to celebrate the winners and competition as a whole like previous years. However, if there is one celebration which has not been thwarted by Covid-19 this year it has to have been people’s ability to capture extraordinary wildlife moments on camera. Suffolk Wildlife Trust’s Photography Competition 2020 has received hundreds of entries since lockdown, each one capturing all that is special to the person behind the lens about the wide-ranging behaviours of native wildlife. Thanks to everyone who took part and to our sponsors Avantigas and Upthorpe Lodges."

View all of the category winners