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Top Ten Photographs of 2008

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2008 was a fantastic year for us… we visited some amazing places and were lucky enough to photograph a number of beautiful and elusive creatures in their natural habitats. Some of the most unforgettable moments of 2008 include following Meerkats through the Kalahari Desert, spotting Jaguars in the wetlands of Brazil and wading through swamps at night to photograph Caimans. This year we were also successful in a number of competitions including Nature’s Best Photography Awards, European Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Garden Photographer of the Year and the RSPCA Youth Photographer Awards. The task of selecting our 10 favourite shots of 2008 has not been easy!

#10 Zebra Sunset

Zebra Sunset

The Okavango Delta, Botswana | March 26, 2008

#9 Snake River

Snake River

Grand Tetons | September 19, 2008

#8 Cave Beam

Cave Beam

Gouffre du Friouato Cave, Morocco | July 31, 2008

#7 Fox in the Garden

Fox in the Garden

Kent, UK | June 17, 2008

#6 Caiman Swamp

Caiman Swamp

The Pantanal, Brazil | May 28, 2008

#5 Praying Mantis

Praying Mantis

Himalaya Foothills, Nepal | December 27, 2008

#4 Kalahari Meerkat

Kalahari Meerkat

Kalahari Desert, Botswana | March 28, 2008

#3 Wading Jaguar

Leopard Cub

The Pantanal, Brazil | June 2, 2008

#2 Leopard Cub

Leopard Cub

The Okavango Delta, Botswana | March 22, 2008

#1 Caiman under the Stars

Caiman under the Stars

The Pantanal, Brazil | June 6 2008

Please visit Jim Goldstein’s blog to see other photographers’ top ten shots of 2008. You can see some more of our photos from 2008 at WillBL.com and MattBL.com.


  1. Flavia Canepa said: March 13, 2009 at 4:27 pm

    Amazing shots!

  2. john qumsieh said: March 19, 2009 at 11:23 am

    # cave beam …..maaagic

  3. Abhijit Bose said: April 3, 2009 at 8:52 am

    Amazing, brilliant shots!

  4. Cammer Time said: April 19, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    Great cinematography, brah

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