Grab yourself a hot toddy and find a comfy spot to immerse yourself in our Autumn Visions feature. As the nights draw darker and we change our summer wardrobe for woolly jumpers and thermal underwear, our fantastic reader submissions will get your psyche ready for the frosty mornings and a serious drop in temperature.
As well as our usual features, our November issue takes us on a photographic trip to Patagonia, where Mark Sisson explores the region for some exceptional wildlife and learns some valuable lessons for such extreme weather conditions along the way.
If you’ve ever wondered whether to set yourself a photography project, take a look at Kyle Moore’s article, which tells us all about his urban wildlife project; photographing foxes for over fifteen months, and how his hard work paid off in spades, culminating in a video feature with BBC Springwatch.
After featuring some of the 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Highly Commended images in our October issue, this month we treat you to a selection of the winning images. If you haven’t yet seen Marsel van Oosten’s winning image, we can only assume you’ve been hiding under a rock! Along with his image of a Qinling golden snub-nosed monkey, we are also blown away by both the winning image from the 15-17 years old category and the Wildlife Photographer Portfolio Award images, amongst all of the other well-deserved prize winners.