Daniel won 2nd place in the Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year One Earth Award category. The photo, above, is from last year’s Prince’s Rainforests Project and Greenpeace assignment to Indonesia, is an aerial view of two fallen trees in a newly planted palm plantation on the island of Borneo. While you’re there, feel free to click on the “Visitor vote” tab of the page and cast your ballot for Daniel’s photo.
In case you’re not familiar with the contest, Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year is run by the UK’s Natural History Museum and the BBC Wildlife Magazine. It’s a satisfying end to the 2009/2010 contest season and gives a nice little kick of motivation for next year’s contests which we’re sure to put a heavy emphasis on Daniel’s coverage of the Gulf Oil Spill.