We had the pleasure of attending the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards at the Natural History Museum last night.

Chuffed to be sat right next to the world famous 106 year-old Dippy (the Diplodocus), we were fascinated by some of the stories behind the winning images. That of the part-time Parisian dentist, a 10mm lens and a polar bear in freezing arctic waters was possibly one of our favourites. Sometimes the stories from behind the lens are just as good as what you see in front of it.

You can see the winning photographs in the exhibition from tomorrow.

 
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