One of the big advantages of the new Seaton terminus is the ability for temporary exhibitions to be put on and for two months from 10th March the world renowned Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition will be doing just that. On loan from the Natural History Museum this exhibition features exceptional images capturing fascinating animal behaviour, spectacular species and the breathtaking diversity of the natural world. And if it gets any visitors inspired Seaton have also announced they will be hosting their Wildlife & Landscaping Trams in 2019 allowing participants the chance to take photos in the company of a professional photographer.
Firstly the exhibition will be on display at Seaton from 10th March until 10th May showing photos from the Wildlife Photography of the Year contest which is said to be the most prestigious event of its kind providing a global platform that showcases the natural world’s most astonishing and challenging sights for over 50 years. There will be 100 award winning images on show and the exhibition is on an international tour which should be seen by over a million people.
And once you’ve seen the exhibition you can then turn your own hand to taking photos for entry into the competition – or just for fun of course! – by booking on one of the brand new Wildlife and Landscape Photography Trams. On 15th March, 4th April and 25th April you will be able to join a professional photographer on board a tram allowing exclusive access to the Axe Valley. These trips are said to be ideal for either experienced or novice photographers.