Every year the the largest independent news agency in the UK supplies newspapers and magazines around the world with some of the most fascinating, captivating and powerful photographs you could ever hope to see. It’s your chance to vote for the SWNS Press Photo of the Year 2016… VOTE FOR THE PRESS PHOTO OF THE […]
Heartwarming pictures show the baby Orangutans in a wheelbarrow going to their school classes on how to survive in the wild in Indonesia.The little youngsters are taught the skills which should have been gained from their mothers at International Animal Rescue's school in Indonesia. Their adorable school run shows up to eight of the little ones huddled up while being wheeled to the 'baby school'. Orangutans usually spend seven to eight years with their mother and learn the skills they need to survive.
Every year the the largest independent news agency in the UK supplies newspapers and magazines around the world with some of the most fascinating, captivating and powerful photographs you could ever hope to see.
It’s your chance to vote for the SWNS Press Photo of the Year 2016…
Here you’ll find 100 of the most compelling images sent out by the news service this year, as chosen by their picture editors. Simply vote for your favourites by ticking the heart icon next to each photo, you can vote for more than one. The image that gets the most love will be crowned SWNS Press Photo of the Year 2016.
Here’s a small sample of the images competing for the top prize…
If you would like to contribute photos or videos to the national press, and get paid every time they are used, visit the Sell a Photo page or the Sell a Video page, where you can upload your content to the SWNS content system.
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