The Finalists For The 2020 Comedy Wildlife Photography Online Awards Will Draw A Huge Smile On Your Face

For some, photography is all about capturing all the serious moments in day-to-day life. Perhaps capturing cheetahs toward their prey or an arctic fox curled up to stay alive. Anyhow, we sometimes need some kind of photography that makes us laugh aloud. That's where the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards peeps in. The concept was founded by conservationists and professional photographers Tom Sullam and Paul Joynson-Hicks. They had intended to exaggerate the hidden fun behind wildlife photography. The competition has become so popular among people who have a big passion for wildlife photography. This has been a quite engaging way to conserve the environment and the animals. The following photographs show the anthropomorphic comedic moments of animals including a turtle flipping off the camera to a parakeet saying, “Talk to the hand.”

Winners of this competition that was held in 2020 were announced on the 22nd of October at an online awarding ceremony. Here are some of the most eye-catching funny pics that we have chosen out of the 44 finalists.  

Arthur Telle Thiemenn's “Smiley,” from the Canary Islands!"

Ayala Fishaimer's “Tough Negotiations,” from Israel.

Eric Fisher's “Hi Y’all,” from Alaska.

Asaf Sereth's “Surprise Smiles,” from Kenya.

Mar Fitzpatrick's “Terry the Turtle flipping the bird,” from Australia.

Charlie Davidson's “Almost time to get up,” from the USA.

Petr Sochman's “Social Distance Please,” from Sri Lanka.

Sally Lloyd-Jones' “It’s a Mocking Bird,” from the UK.

Kunal Gupta “Wait up Mommy, look what I got for you!” from India.

Wei Ping Peng's “So Hot,” from Japan.

Roland Kranitz's “O Sole Mio,” from Hungary.

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