Wymondham photographer to showcase results of photo a day challenge at charity exhibition
- Credit: Archant Norfolk
A budding photographer from Wymondham is set to hold a charity exhibition to display the results of a 365 photo a day challenge he embarked on last year.
Michael Morgan, who lives in Besthorpe, started the project in October as a challenge - but now hopes to use his pictures to raise money for Norfolk-based cancer charity the Big C.
'It was just giving myself a challenge really - I was getting into photography and I saw a friend of mine doing something similar so I decided to challenge myself,' he said.
The 23-year-old, who works at the Co-Operative in Wymondham, said finding something unusual to capture each day proved tricky.
'Finding different subjects and different areas has been hard - you don't want to see one of my dog every day,' he added.
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The end result is a range of stunning landscapes of the region and fascinating portraits - with a few shots of dog Alfie thrown in for good measure.
Mr Morgan, who moved to Norfolk six years ago from Hertfordshire, will pick 14 of his images to display at the Norwich Playhouse from August 1 to August 31.
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The event - which has been sponsored by City College Norwich - comes after a year of helping with fund-raising events for the Big C.
'One of my closest friends lost his mum last year to cancer and that inspired me to do it. It's affected so many people, everyone knows someone who has been touched,' he said.
If you are interested in attending or want to find out more, visit Mr Morgan's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/mmorganphotography
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