Wildlife and landscape photography evening with Mark Hamblin
Droitwich Camera Club is delighted to announce that the freelance nature photographer, writer and guide Mark Hamblin will be giving a lecture at Droitwich High School on Saturday, 25th March 2017, 7pm. The lecture is titled “Wild Scotland: A Photographic Odyssey”.
The tickets for the event can be purchased online on Droitwich Camera Club website or by phoning 07803162895. Tickets are £10 Adults & £8 Accompanied under 18’s.
This is bound to be a very popular event so book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Please note this event is open to members of the general public as well as camera club members.
Mark will be donating a copy of his book – Tooth and Claw – as a raffle prize on the evening.
Mark Hamblin is originally from Warwickshire but moved to live in the Cairngorms National park in 2002. Scotland boasts some of the most spectacular landscapes and rich variety of wildlife in the UK. Sub-arctic mountains, ancient woodlands, windswept moorlands and a rugged coast support a wonderful diversity of plant, animal and bird life and it was this natural bounty of photographic subjects that prompted Mark’s move north. He has been photographing the nature of some of Scotland’s wildest places and its inhabitants for more than a decade and brings together a portfolio of his images and talks about his work on a number of conservation media projects that includes ‘Tooth and Claw’, ‘2020VISION’ and his current collaboration ‘SCOTLAND: The Big Picture’.