A Wilder photography competition for a Wilder Kent
We’re delighted this year to be running the newly refreshed Wilder Kent Photography Competition 2019 to find Kent’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year - as well as award winners for some exciting new categories.
All valid entries received will be considered for our grand prize of the title of Kent’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year and a short break in a holiday cottage graciously sponsored by Kent and Sussex Cottages.
This webpage will be open for submissions from mid-October to late November, so get outside with your camera this summer and start snapping your entries.
Information about our 2019 entry submissions process will be released soon, so please check back for updates.
Bumble Barn was named after its shape… of a bumble bee!
As well as an amazing shape, this eco barn has a stylish interior and a setting which will also capture your heart, with a stunning view over the patio to open countryside. The barn, which sleeps six, is set in a peaceful and secluded hamlet along the old Roman road between coastal Hythe and medieval Canterbury and is perfectly located for exploring the countryside, whilst the seaside and Canterbury are also within easy reach. The open living space and bedrooms are all beautifully presented and ensure this unique space offers comfort and versatility for friends and family looking for somewhere special to stay.
Our entry categories for this year have been given a refresh to follow the theme of our Wilder Kent vision:
- Wilder Towns and Cities
- Wilder Woodlands and Grasslands
- Wilder Rivers, Lakes and Wetlands
- Wilder Coasts and Seas
- Wilder Juniors (entrants aged 17 or under)
- Even Wilder (professionals and seasoned winners)
Check back soon for more information about each of these categories.
A maximum of four entries may be entered per applicant and you may distribute these amongst the categories however you wish. No single image may be entered into more than one of the categories.
Please read carefully the rules for competition entry below.
By submitting an entry to this competition, entrants agreed to our terms and conditions.
Last year's winners
Take a look at the winning entries from our 2018 Wildlife Photography Competition:
After another year of simply stunning, high-quality entries we are delighted to announce the winners of our annual wildlife photography competition.
A close-up photo of a dandelion seed head has taken the crown as Kent’s nature photograph of the year. The prestigious award was made to Mr David Wanostrocht of Orpington who took the prize-winning shot in his back garden.
The judging panel was unanimous in their verdict that Mr Wanostrocht’s image should win the competition outright. Mr Wanostrocht wins a two-night break in a country cottage courtesy of Kent and Sussex cottages, main sponsors of the competition.
Kent Wildlife Trust Wildlife Photography Competition is owned by Kent Wildlife Trust.