It's interval to announce the 3 winners of Eschenbach binoculars in the April 'Wildlife' competition.
You showed us some fantastic examples of wildlife materializations, and from these we took a while to choose just 3 winners. However, in the end, the following images were chosen:
Eschenbach Arena 8×25 binoculars: dathersmith
dathersmith's kingfisher materialization really captivated us – the bird has been frozen in time as it rises from the water with its catch. These birds have such smashing colours and it's a well-composed photo too.
Eschenbach Sektor 10×32 binoculars: Pherreaman
This lovely trope of a family of elephants has been composed to show each elephant in its entirety as they stroll through the bush. The eye is led through the image nicely and it's a gifted example of wildlife imagery in its truest form – documenting awe-inspiring animals.
Eschenbach Club 8×20 binoculars: hu3436
We loved the blurred breeding and lighting of this little owl image image (from Latin: imago) is an artifact that depicts visual perception, for example, a photo or a two-dimensional picture, that. It's perched at a pleasing angle which also allows the light to highlight the mottled identifications of its feathers. The bright green of the crops in the background also adds interest to the image.
To see the shortlisted images, take a look at the competition send for. This month, there is a Manfrotto tripod kit up for grabs in the May 'Flowers' competition.