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Watching Spring: A Celebration of the Season

A Blue Tit photographed by Chris Packham.
Date and Time: 
7 May - 3 July 2015
Venue: 
World Land Trust Art Gallery, Halesworth
Details: 

Photographs by Chris Packham werea special feature of World Land Trust Art Gallery’s Watching Spring exhibition which opened on 7 May.

The exhibition ran in parallel with BBC2’s Springwatch, which returned to RSPB Minsmere on the Suffolk coast for a second year in May. Chris is a Springwatch presenter and a long standing supporter of World Land Trust (WLT). He became a Patron of the Trust in 2013.

Although best known as a TV presenter, Chris’s career started behind the camera. He trained as a wildlife film cameraman and is now one of the UK’s leading wildlife photographers. Anyone lucky enough to hear him talk about his love of photography knows that he will stop at nothing to get the perfect picture.

Chris’s new book 100 Things That Caught My Eye was on sale in the gallery during the exhibition.

Watching Spring featured original artwork by Dan Bradbury, Kate and Hannah Breach, Steve Cale, Robert Greenhalf, Amie Haslen, Sara Johnson, Andrew Pitt and photographer David Tipling.

Much of the work on show was produced specifically for this exhibition. 

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Gallery opening times: Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm.

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