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British Wildlife Photography Awards exhibition

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Martin Aaron Martin Aaron | 14:04 UK time, Monday, 12 April 2010

Here's something that may interest all you budding wildlife photographers out there, as well as our own BBC Wales Nature Flickr group members.

Damsel fly silhouette by Ross Hoddinott:
An exhibition featuring the very best of British wildlife photography will be visiting North Wales from 3rd April to 23rd May 2010.

The British Wildlife Photography exhibition featuring all winning and commended entries from the competition last year will be on show in the gallery at Penrhyn Castle, Bangor.

The exhibition features around 70 stunning images including 'Damsel fly silhouette', the overall winner of the British Wildlife Photographer category.

You'll also be able to see an image of a red squirrel taken in Kielder Forest in Northumberland by 14 year old Will Nichols who won the Young British Wildlife Photographer under 18 category.

The photographs will be exhibited in Penrhyn Castle - an enormous 19th-century neo-Norman castle which sits between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait.

The castle is crammed with fascinating items including a one-ton slate bed made for Queen Victoria!

Visitors can also explore the house and 60 acres of grounds during their visit.


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