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Preview these spectacular nature photos before they appear at Suffolk gallery

PUBLISHED: 09:54 28 September 2017 | UPDATED: 09:54 28 September 2017

Royal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Winter Greenfinch, by Gianpiero Ferrari FRPS

Royal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Winter Greenfinch, by Gianpiero Ferrari FRPS

Gianpiero Ferrari FRPS

An ‘unmissable’ exhibition of revealing nature photographs opens in Suffolk this weekend.

Royal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Two Apollos, by Chris Ellison ARPSRoyal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Two Apollos, by Chris Ellison ARPS

The Royal Photographic Society’s nature group exhibition takes place from September 30 to October 15 at Wingfield Barns, near Stradbroke.

Royal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Cheetah Mum and Cubs, by Sandie Cox ARPSRoyal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Cheetah Mum and Cubs, by Sandie Cox ARPS

The free exhibition features 110 prints and 233 projected images in galleries open between 11am and 4pm, Wednesdays to Sundays.

Royal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Bryum Capillare, by Sandy Cleland FRPSRoyal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Bryum Capillare, by Sandy Cleland FRPS

Moira Ellice, East Anglia region exhibition coordinator, said: “This is an exhibition not to miss. There will be 343 prints and projected images on display images from a wide variety of species and subjects, representing the diverse interest of the nature group members.”

Royal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Common Loon Parent Offering Food To Chick, by Dawn Osborn FRPSRoyal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Common Loon Parent Offering Food To Chick, by Dawn Osborn FRPS

Among photos, 52 have won awards for excellence, with society gold medals given to Liz Cutting for ‘Mountain Hare Scratching’ and Chris Ellison’s ‘Two Apollos’.

Royal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Back-lit White Campion, by John Simpson ARPSRoyal Photographic Society nature group exhibition. Picture: Back-lit White Campion, by John Simpson ARPS

Electrical store, Hughes of Martlesham has loaned a screen to display a slideshow of the projected images.

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