|LOCATION||On-line live talk via ‘Zoom’|
|TIME||19:00 to 20:30|
|Suitability||Whilst this course has no content unsuitable for young people, it is primarily aimed at adults|
Living in the UK, the coast means everything to me, it’s where I live, work & seek solitude. As a small child, I grew up on a small peninsula surrounded by beautiful beaches and dramatic coastline. At this time, I had very little interest in photography. I spent my days exploring rock pools and the endless local coastline. Whilst sitting looking out to sea I would often see a flash of white, a blaze of brown as distant birds passed through the Dee Estuary. This was the moment I became fascinated with seabirds; it was my first glimpse into their world. I would often wonder what experiences they must have out at sea and what hardships they must face.
It wasn’t until many years later that I would have the opportunity to visit Skomer Island, and this is where I fell in love with the Atlantic Puffin. Puffins are unmistakable birds, with brightly coloured bills and a comical waddle. These traits have caused them to be known as “sea parrots” or “clowns of the sea”. I owe puffins a lot to my photographic career. They are a species I have now become synonymous with having spent many years sitting on windswept clifftops documenting their lives and relationship with the coast.
This talk will follow my journey with puffins and how they have helped shape my photographic journey to date.
As with all of our on-line, ‘Zoom’ presentations, we will limit the number of delegates to provide ample opportunity for everyone to ask their own, individual questions.
We want you to enjoy as many of these presentations as possible and as there is so much choice, with different speakers covering different subjects we are offering an amazing ‘Multi buy Bonanza’ 20% discount for 6 tickets on our on-line talks.
So you can buy 6 tickets, of your choice, for only £120 (members £96) by putting this product in your basket. This means you can save a whopping £30 on the regular price (members save a massive £54 off regular prices)!
About Kevin Morgans:
Born in Cheshire, UK, Kevin is a multi-award-winning wildlife photographer, tour leader, and photographic guide with a passion for UK wildlife. Widely published and with a formidable social media following. Kevin was the category runner-up in Nature Photographer Of The Year and was proud to see his mountain hare image grace the cover of the prestigious British Wildlife Photography Awards collection in 2018. He’s also had multiple awarded images in international photography competitions such as the Nature Image Awards, Environmental Photographer Of The Year, Bird Photographer Of The Year & Natures Best to name a few.
Specializing in the wildlife of the British Isles, from the highest mountains to the coast. Kevin’s work celebrates the beauty of UK wildlife across the seasons. He is an experienced guide who has been running 1-2-1 and group workshops for many years.
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