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British Wildlife Photography awards
In light of flashier, worldwide photography awards such as the Wildlife Photographer of the Year (currently on show at the National History Museum), it is easy to forget that, despite its small size, the UK is abundant in nature, too. This year’s winners include images of praying puffins; an Atlantic gannet with startlingly blue-rimmed eyes; and a tiny snail captured in monochrome, seemingly staring up at the sunlight from its perch on a reed. The collection is on display now.
At the Nature in Art Gallery and Museum, Wallsworth Hall, Gloucester, to 7 January

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