Young West Norfolk competition winner captures beauty of the natural world on camera

Georgia Dicks was named winner of the child category in the Cotswold Wildlife Park photography compe

Georgia Dicks was named winner of the child category in the Cotswold Wildlife Park photography competition with her photo of two yellow mongooses sharing a tender moment. Picture: Georgia Dicks - Credit: Georgia Dicks

A young budding photographer from King's Lynn won first prize in a wildlife photography competition.

Georgia Dicks, 13, from King's Lynn, pictured here with her winning photo. Picture: Cotswold Wildlif

Georgia Dicks, 13, from King's Lynn, pictured here with her winning photo. Picture: Cotswold Wildlife Park - Credit: Cotswold Wildlife Park

13-year-old Georgia Dicks was named winner of the child category in the Cotswold Wildlife Park photography competition.

She impressed the judges with her photo of two yellow mongooses sharing a tender moment.

Judges had a mammoth task on their hands to select winners of the competition, which is now in it's fifth year.

A record number of entries were received for the competition which took on a 'natural instincts' theme.


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The competition encourages young people to connect with nature through photography and includes a specific category for entrants aged 16 and under.

Winners of the adult and child categories win a season ticket to Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens and their photographs will be made into postcards available in the gift shop.

The Park's next photography competition launches on Friday, August 25. Entries can be uploaded on the Park's website or by emailing photos@cotswoldwildlifepark.co.uk

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