The final winners of the Canary Wharf Wildlife Photography Competition Awards 2015 were announced this week.

Employees, tenants, visitors and local residents were invited to photograph the diversity of flora and fauna on the estate last year and present their photos to Canary Wharf Group.

The shortlisted entries were displayed in Adam’s Plaza Bridge (the space-age looking bridge that leads to Crossrail Place from One Canada Square), with three of them declared winners on Tuesday, February 9.

The winners are:

  • Under 15’s category: Noah Masters
  • 16- 24 category: Demi Squires
  • Over 25’s category: Christopher Andreou, with his Curious Wagtail entry, which judges described as “a perfect image to capture the wildlife on the estate.”
Christopher Andreou with his winning entry - Curious Wagtail - among other finalists

Christopher Andreou was also declared the overall winner of the competition.

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Each winner received a £100 Canary Wharf Gift Card, with Christopher also winning an extra £100 Canary Wharf Gift Card as overall winner for 2016.