Nature Conservancy Top 100


June 14, 2017

The 2017 Nature Conservancy Council photography competition attracted over 33,000 entries from 141 countries.

I am honoured to announce that my entry below has been awarded a place in the top 100 entries to go forward for final judging. This includes a peoples’ choice award which you can vote for online. Please visit The Nature Conservancy Council Photo Contest to see the top 100 entries and vote for your favourite images.

Pronghorn Antelope (Antilocapra americana) running at speed, Sand Wash Basin, Colorado, USA

This image was taken with a Nikon D3s, Nikon 200-400 f4 lens (set to 380mm), 1/1250th @ f4.5, ISO 200 

Pronghorns can run at speeds up to 53mph (85 kph) leaving potential predators far behind making them the second fastest land animal in the world after the African cheetah and by far the fastest animal in N. America. Not only sprinters but long distance runners they raise the white hairs on their rumps when startled which can be  seen for miles.


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