Visit the stunning collection of images at the 51st Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition in Cape Town, and stand a chance to win a Tamron 150-600mm Lens!

Stunning images were unveiled in Cape Town on 1 December 2015 at the 51st Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition. The world-renowned exhibition, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, opened at the Chavonnes Battery Museum, Clocktower, V&A Waterfront earlier this month. It features over 100 awe-inspiring images, from fascinating animal behaviour to breath-taking wild landscapes.

The exhibition will be in Cape Town until 15 April and from there it will move onto Johannesburg and Durban later in 2016.

How to Enter
You noticed there’s a Tamron lens up for grabs? It’s very easy, all you need to do is purchase your ticket for the exhibition on webticket, and you will be entered into the draw! Simply follow this link >> webticket!

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition | Hawksbill Sea TurtleImage Above: Turtle Flight | Photographer – David Doubilet | Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015

Competition Terms & Conditions

  • The competition is open to all South African residents, 18 or older.
  • To stand a chance to win the Tamron 150-600mm you must have bought a ticket from WebTicket.
  • This competition is valid for the Cape Town Wildlife Exhibition hosted at the Chavonne Battery Museum only.
  • The winner will be selected randomly, and will need to be a fan of Orms on Facebookfollow Orms on Twitter or Instagram and bought a ticket on
  • No exchanges or returns available – the prize is awarded as is.
  • The competition closes Friday 15th April 2016 
  • The winner will be contacted within one week of the competition closing.
  • By submitting your email address, you give us permission to send you Orms marketing emails. You can easily unsubscribe in the future using a link provided in every newsletter. We will not release your details to other parties.

Please note: We make use of to randomly generate the number corresponding to the winner for the prize. We run the number generator once – the first number will be the winner. All entries get checked for duplicates. The nature of this random system ensures that everyone has a fair chance of winning, which is very important to us. This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook or Twitter.

*Pricing correct at time of publication, and subject to change without notice.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition | Framing Everything
Image Above: Natural Frame |  Photographer – Morkel Erasmus | Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015


About Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London. This prestigious event is proudly sponsored by Nedbank Private Wealth, The Hans Hoheisen Charitable Trust, Pangolin Safaris, Themba Trees, Painted Wolf Wines. It’s the most prestigious photography event of its kind, providing a global platform that showcases the natural world’s most astonishing and challenging sights for over 50 years. Launching in the UK in 1965 and attracting then 361 entries, today the competition receives over 42,000 entries from 96 countries highlighting its enduring appeal. This year there are 13 images by South African Finalists and Winners for the various categories featured.

Event organizer Sophie Dandridge says: “We are so proud to bring this inspirational exhibition of the best wildlife photos in the world to South Africa for the 8th year running! It is an incredibly important medium for every age group to be able to experience and engage with our planet’s beautiful environment and conservation issues in such a visual way – especially in the heart of a city.

This year’s award-winning images embark on an international tour, including South Africa’s Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban, that allows them to be seen by millions of people across six continents. Every year, the exhibition will return to South Africa with the most recent winners of the past year’s competition. Categories within the exhibition include the Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year Award, with incredible wildlife images taken by children in 3 categories: 10 years and under, 11-14 yrs old and 15-17yrs old.

Other categories include:
Mammals, Plants, Birds, Under Water, Black And White, Rising Star Portfolio Award, Wildlife Photojournalist Award (Story and Single Image), Impressions, Details, Urban, From The Sky, Land, Wildlife Photographer Of The Year Portfolio Award, Time-lapse Award.

On certain Wednesday evenings from 6pm-8pm, branded ‘Wildlife Wednesdays’, the exhibition will host a wildlife photographer presenting their work and inspiring an audience with their stories and photographs from the field. Entry by ticket only. Tickets available at

For more information or enquiries, please contact event co-ordinator Sophie Dandridge at / or visit / Twitter: #WPY15SA. 
Johannesburg and Durban dates and venue to be announced shortly.



Exhibition: Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition

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