Clever creatures have long been ignored by the liberal media, however this year, Paul Joynson-Hicks changed history. Enter the 2015 Parody Natural life Photography Recompenses, an opposition established by Joynson-Hicks to commend the silliest photographs in the field. Furthermore, the prize? A 7-day safari through southern Tanzania in East Africa, and a Nikon D750 DSLR with a 24-85mm lens!
“The number and nature of the sections was incredible,” judge and English humorist Hugh Dennis told Peta Pixel. “The finalists ought to be exceptionally pleased with themselves, as ought to the creatures they shot, basically to look so amusing. Unfortunately there is no chance to get of letting them know.”