This photo of a frog in the rain taken by 16-year-old Kyle Moore from Suffolk scooped the prize for 12-18 year olds.
A picture of a frog sitting in the rain has won one of the top awards for wildlife photographers.
16-year-old Kyle Moore from Suffolk won the 12-18 year old category at the British Wildlife Photography Awards with his image.
The under-12s prize was won by 10-year-old Max Eve's photo of a blue-tailed damselfly.
Meadowbrook Primary School's Year 5 in Bristol won the schools award for their photos of wildflowers and insects.
10-year-old Max Eve from Northumberland won the Under 12s prize with his photo of a blue-tailed damselfly.
The School Award went to Year 5 at Meadowbrook Primary School in Bristol for their photos of wildflowers and insects.
The top prize overall in the British Wildlife Photography Awards went to Barrie Williams for his photo of seabirds nesting in Shetland, Scotland.
William Harvey won the Animal Portraits category with his photo of a lizard on a tree in Surrey.