Wildlife photographer’s journey from the Falklands to Holt

One of Tom Mason's wildlife photographs. Pictures: supplied by NNPS

One of Tom Mason's wildlife photographs. Pictures: supplied by NNPS - Credit: Archant

A wildlife photographer who travelled to the Falkland Islands to take pictures of penguins has been sharing his wisdom with a north Norfolk society.

One of Tom Mason's wildlife photographs. Pictures: supplied by NNPS

One of Tom Mason's wildlife photographs. Pictures: supplied by NNPS - Credit: Archant

Tom Mason, 24, has been published in Practical Photography, the RSPB and BBC Wildlife magazines, and has photographed everything in the UK from sea birds to otters and from red squirrels to toads.

He visited North Norfolk Photographic Society (NNPS) to talk about his work and show some of his remarkable wildlife photographs.

A spokesman for NNPS said: 'To add to his picture making talent, Tom is also a confident and articulate speaker. It seemed so obvious that he would be sponsored to travel to South America to photograph the birds and animals of the Amazon: what else would you expect?'

The society normally meets on the first and third Wednesdays each month at Holt community centre.

For further details visit http://www.nnphotosoc.org/


You may also want to watch:


Become a Supporter

This newspaper has been a central part of community life for many years. Our industry faces testing times, which is why we're asking for your support. Every contribution will help us continue to produce local journalism that makes a measurable difference to our community.

Become a Supporter