86 Stunning Photos Gave By Amateur Photography-You’re All Naturals!

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Earlier this year, the Daily Mail launched an amateur wildlife photography contest and received 10,000 stunning entries for the competition. The contest did not focus on the photograph skills, but aim to show us how beautiful the world is! Every day would bring fresh joy! Now, let’s enjoy those fancy pictures of our earth. ( Source: Daily Mail)


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Annette 48, from Barlby, North Yorkshire, photographed this gorgeous image of a baby badger waddling through a bluebell wood


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Garry 52, from Congleton in Cheshire, snapped this seal having fun in the surf


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Garry made a special trip to North Somercotes in order to photograph the seals


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David took this shot of the Bittern earlier this summer in a nature reserve in Suffolk


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Phil spotted this owl hunting for it’s dinner up in an Oak tree in his garden


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Martin impressed the judges with the interesting lighting and composition of the shot


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Malcolm began photographing wildlife while on walks with his dog


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Val joined a camera club five years ago and has now progressed to an award-winning level


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Alex has been a keen photographer for about five years and is entirely self-taught


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MIKE LYNCH An account manager for a manufacturing company, 47, from Huddersfield, Yorkshire


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MARNY MacDONALD A retired farmer’s wife, 74, from Colchester, Essex


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DAVID JACKSON An instrument technician, 57, from Hartlepool


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DUNCAN O’NEILL A hotelier, 53, from Jersey


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Pincer movement: A crab taken by James Freeman, 48, from Fenstanton, Huntingdon


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Stinger: Compass jellyfish pictured off Lundy Island by Ken Sullivan


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Deadly: An adder taken by 18-year-old Jack Burns


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Seeing double: Frogs at play by John Lewington, 65, from, Lowestoft, Suffolk


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Snake on a lake: Picture by Joe Banton, 62, from Baswich, Stafford


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Tight squeeze: A tompot blenny pictured in Swanage by Ms Super Jolly


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Leaping: A salmon taken by Michael Jackson from Cullybackey, Ballymena


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Close-up: A wasp by Barbara Graham, from Ashington, Northumberland


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Green-eyed: A Poecilobothrus nobilitatus fly by Mike Muddiman


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Wonderful web: A water spider captured by Peter Davidson, 63, from Camberley, Surrey


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Moth marvel: Insect caught on a window by Jo Oliver, 50, from Wales


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Hanging on: A grasshopper by Nick de Cent, 55, from Devon


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Nectar: A hoverfly on a rose by Alan Butterfield, 68, taken in Lossiemouth, Morayshire


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It takes two: Chalkhill blue butterflies pictured in Sussex by Ian Lawson, 53, from East Grinstead


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Thirsty? A fly drinking by Bob Morgan, 60, from Redruth

 MAMMALS 


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Chilling: A harvest mouse on Ragwort by Des Lloyd, from East Stockwith, Lincolnshire


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Doe-eyed: A baby deer taken in Knole Park, Sevenoaks by Jemima Cooper, 19, from Ceredigion, Mid-Wales


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Berry nice: A bank vole pictured by Phil Winter of Ringmer, East Sussex


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It’s behind you: A jackdaw sits on a hind in a photo by Stephen Mackay, 38


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Free ride: Two jackdaws sit on a red stag by Linda Garner Langham, 59, from Reading


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Peek-a-boo: A brown hare taken in Norfolk by Sue Edwards, 52

BIRDS


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Swooping: A kestrel by Brian Swales, 69, from Stockton on Tees


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Coming into land: A black-headed gull on Farne Islands, Northumberland, by Alison Jenkins


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Gliding: A kestrel in North Wales by Matthew Hyde


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Take-off: A puffin by Magnus Henry, 65, from Scatness, Shetland


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Feeding time: Two gannets gobble up fish by Tony Stevens, from Bognor Regis, West Sussex


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Catch of the day: An osprey seizes a fish by David Howse, 68


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Silhouette: An artic turn pictured in the Orkneys by Edward Cottell, 27, from Powys


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Splashing about: A swan and its mate pictured by Stan Fowler, 76, from Dover

 UNDER 18S


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Drenched: A hare is caught in the rain by Monty Cholmeley, 17, from Easton


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Speckled: A butterfly taken by 13-year-old Amy Farrington


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Look-out: A squirrel taken by Holly Andrews, 16


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In the pink: A butterfly by 17-year-old India Wedge, from Abingdon


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Fantastic Mr Fox: Picture taken in a field in Kew gardens by Matthew Clarke, 16, from Wigmore, Kent


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Winged wonder: A dragonfly by Oliver Naish, 14, from Bristol


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Dandy: A male orange tip butterfly by 16-year-old Lewis Butters from Stoke on Trent


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Swan lake: Pictured on the Thames by Lewis Short, 15, from Taunton


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Majestic: A swan at sunset by Amy Bowers, 15, from Macclesfield

 ANIMAL MOMENTS


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What a dear: The animal lies down for Paul Spencer’s photograph


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Proud: A stag amid the snow by Daniel Harris of New Malden Surrey


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Caught in the act: A red squirrel makes off with a nut by Alec Christie, 19


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Curious: A deer spots cameraman Ken Kennedy, from Beverley, Yorkshire


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Nuts to you: A red squirrel by John Hill, 63, from Formby, Merseyside


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Trusting: A deer by Dr Susanne Tanswell, from London


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Sun-kissed: A rabbit captured by Lyndon Hill, 52, from Uttoxeter, Staffordshire


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Just friends: Two toads by Janet Kent, 67, Bexley, Kent


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Pond life: A frog by Denise Fish, from Stockport, Cheshire


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Baby on board: A swan with its signet taken in Harrietsham, Kent, by Jose Perafan, 31


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My turf: A hedgehog ignores Bob Thompson’s pet cat in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire


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Nutty breakfast: A red squirrel feeding by Matt Knowler, 23, from Swindon


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Wild and free: A pony pictured in the New Forest at sunset by Nick Board, 58

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