Vote for your favourite to win

Vote for your favourite to win

Deadline to vote

Voting has now closed. The overall winner will be announced on social media January 2021. The Essex Wildlife Trust Photography Competition 2021 will be opening in September, so make sure to keep taking those wonderful Essex images!

The Essex Wildlife Trust Photography Competition

Essex Wildlife Trust launched its Photography Competition in 2017 and each year we are astounded by the quality and content of the entries, showcasing the wonderful wildlife and wild places that Essex has to offer. The 2020 competition saw over 800 images submitted, a record for the competition! Thank you to everyone who entered and shared their inspiring images with the Trust, choosing the winners was no easy feat but our panel of judges have chosen the following 6 category winners, 6 runners-up and 24 highly commended entries.

Now it’s up to you to vote for the overall winner of Essex Wildlife Trust’s Photography Competition 2020, who will take home the £200 prize!

All of these beautiful images will also feature in the Essex Wildlife Trust 2022 calendar, so make sure to get your copy in the new year!

Category Winners 2020

Who will you crown as the overall winner? Scroll through the category winners and vote below.

Vote for the overall winner

Voting has now closed. The overall winner will be announced on social media January 2021. The Essex Wildlife Trust Photography Competition 2021 will be opening in September, so make sure to keep taking those wonderful Essex images!

Runners-up 2020

For each of the six categories, a runner-up was also chosen. Scroll through to see all of the stunning images.

Highly Commended 2020

As the standard was, again, so high, four highly commended images were chosen for each of the six categories. Scroll through to see more wonderful images.

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Adult Community Learning (ACL) have kindly sponsored the Essex Wildlife Trust Photography Competition 2020. ACL is one of the largest providers of adult courses in Essex and has been a corporate member of Essex Wildlife Trust since 2016: www.aclessex.com