|András Mészáros, Raindrop refresher, Winner, Animal Behaviour|
Incase you missed the 2009 Veolia Environment Photographer of the Year, these are some of my highlights of last years competition.
|Fergus Gill, Clash of the Yellowhammers, Young Overall Winner|
|Seppo Pöllänen, Seeing off the raiders, Highly Commended, Animal Behaviour|
|Alexander Safonov, The plunge diver, Runner-up, Underwater World|
|Jan Vermeer, Puffin in the snow, Highly Commended, Animal Portraits|
|Igor Shpilenok, Respect, Winner, Urban and Garden Wildlife|
|Henrik Lund, Ice fox, Specially Commended, Animals in their Envrionment|
|Urmas Tartes, Springtail on a snowflake, Winner, Animals in their Envionment|
|Britta Jaschinski, Lone lion, Highly Commended, Nature in Black and White|
|Esa Mälkönen, Fantail, Winner, Creative Visions of Nature|
The 2010 Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year opens on the 22nd October 2010 at the Natural History Museum, with the winners announced the day before on the website. The Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year is owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine. Images sourced from nhm.ac.uk.