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Explore the spectacular landscapes, awe-inspiring geological features and fantastic bird-life of Iceland with nature photographer Philip Mugridge.

We had expected to be showing the latest Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at this time, but the coronavirus pandemic has forced it cancellation. It is the pre-eminent exhibition of its sort, internationally renowned, attracting over 45000 entries from over 100 countries, and taking the viewer on a journey across the globe. So do join us instead for an illustrated talk by Philip Mugridge, associate of the Royal Photographic Society.

Philip is a very experienced and widely travelled nature photographer. Iceland is one of his favourite photographic haunts which he has visited multiple times. This talk will reveal why he loves it so much. Its spectacular landscapes and awe-inspiring geological features (including many active volcanoes) mean this is an inspirational place for the nature photographer, particularly when coupled with some fantastic bird life. (Iceland is the only place in Europe where some species breed).

Whether you are a nature lover or adventurer, practicing photographer or armchair traveller, this is set to be an entertaining and fascinating evening.

Please note this event is now sold out.

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