Keen photographers enjoy capturing the Norfolk countryside on camera
- Credit: Nick Butcher
A group of keen photographers with a passion for wildlife enjoyed a day out exploring Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden in South Walsham and capturing what they discovered on camera.
About 35 people took part in the event yesterday, and they are all regular contributors to our photo-sharing website iwitness and part of an informal group known as 'iwitters.'
Tabs Taberham, a volunteer at Fairhaven and who regularly submits photographs to iwitness, organised the occasion which was attended by people from across Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex. They enjoyed boat rides around South Walsham Inner Broad and South Walsham Broad and as far as St Benet's Abbey, and a particular highlight was seeing common terns that were just weeks old. They also enjoyed walking through the gardens and seeing an array of wildlife, including white admiral butterflies and Norfolk hawker dragonflies.
'It was a very successful and enjoyable day. It's nice to see people enjoying themselves and enjoying nature,' Mr Taberham said.
A selection of the photos taken on the day will be featured in the paper later this week.
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