Just a quick reminder that one of Londonist's favourite annual exhibitions began this week: the Wildlife Photographer Of The Year at the Natural History Museum.
We don't think we could be accused of exaggeration if we said that this exhibition is absolutely stunning ever single year. Even if you're not into your wildlife (we're not big fans of Bill Oddie ourselves) you shouldn't pass up the opportunity to view the reuslts of what is the most prestigious prize of its kind in the world.
Plus, if you don't find yourself gaping in awe at the incredible photography of a ten-year-old who's stalked out some rare creature for days on end to get his shot, then there something very wrong with you.
The exhibit runs until April next year so you've got no excuse to miss it and tickets cost around £6, which is pretty reasonable if you ask us. And don't forget they've still got the Diamonds exhibition on, so you could always kill two birds... although that's probably not the best phrase to use if we're talking about natural history.
(And, no, we're not going to tell you who won. That's half the fun of going.)
You can book tickets for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit online here.