After a break of one year due to some sporting competition or other we are returning to the Waterworks Nature Reserve to hold an exhibition of members prints.
The exhibition will run between 26th July 2013 and 29th July 2013 and be held in the exhibition space next to the cafe.
- White mounts
- Mount size – 300mm x 400mm
- Photos must be taken within the Lea Valley
- Images to be submitted by the 19th July 2013
There is enormous scope to take a incredible variety of photographs with in the the Lea Valley; anything from Kayaking to wildlife via dog shows, fun runs and many other activities.
If you have a look on the Visit Lea Valley website you will find a wealth of information which could inspire you.
[pullquote style=”border-left”]Donna Nook National Nature Reserve (NNR) is probably the best place within the U.K. for photographing grey seals. Each year, as autumn rolls into winter, hundreds of grey seals begin hauling themselves out onto Donna Nooks’ sandbanks to give birth to their pups. Here the most important activities of the grey seal calendar are played out, giving photographers unprecedented opportunities to capture dramatic pictures of this spectacular period.[/pullquote]
A couple of links for those interested;
In early December Stefan Bronka, David Elms, John Cross and Ian Waterman made a trip up to Donna Nook.
Here are a selection of images kindly provided by John Cross.
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