‘Capturing movement’ is the theme of this year’s competition from the Royal Society of Biology. Life on Earth is constantly changing, and your invited to photograph nature in motion.
You might wish to explore the locomotion and migration of animals or the growth and colonisation of plants and fungi. Your photograph could depict the act of flying, hunting, playing and swimming, or the bones, muscles and other biological structures that help perform these actions. Entries are also welcomed that explore this theme at the cellular or molecular level, illustrating the dynamic world only revealed to us with a microscope.
This event is supporting the i-Venture project offering opportunities for learning and personal growth to young people from the Bolsover District in Derbyshire.
Each session will include a 15 minutes brief before and 15 minutes after, so participants will get 1 hour 30 minutes of total session time with around an hour in the water.
Experience taking your first breath underwater, trying on the equipment, and swimming under water. It’s so much fun! You will also receive a certificate on completion. No prior experience is required. All equipment will be provided, all you need is your swimwear. Wearing a t-shirt is also recommended.