'I see you' - Oxford graduate student wins photography contest for second year | University of Oxford
I See You
Leejiah Dorward's stunning image of a flap-necked chameleon.

'I see you' - Oxford graduate student wins photography contest for second year

Stuart Gillespie

An Oxford DPhil candidate has won the student award in the British Ecological Society Photographic Competition for the second year in a row.

Leejiah Dorward, a conservation researcher in the University's Department of Zoology, won the overall student prize for his stunning image of a flap-necked chameleon, taken in Tanzania and titled 'I see you'.

Leejiah also won category awards for three of his other photographs.

Venomous vine'Venomous Vine' - Leejiah's winning picture in the Dynamic Ecosystems category

Home sweet home'Home sweet home' - Leejiah's winning picture in the Ecology and Society category

Shivering sylph'Shivering sylph' - Leejiah's winning picture in the Individuals and Populations category

I see you'I see you' - Leejiah's overall winning picture