WORLD-RENOWNED landscape photographer Colin Prior is giving an illustrated talk in Helensburgh next week at an event organised by the Peninsula Camera Club.

Born in Milngavie, near Glasgow, in 1958, Colin is famous around the globe for his panoramic landscape photographs of scenic locations in Scotland and around the world – many of them taken during the ‘golden hours’ at dawn and dusk.

He has held numerous solo exhibitions, most notably The Scottish Visual Experience, Land’s End and The World’s Wild Places, and has appeared as a guest on TV programmes including The Adventure Show, Landward and Countryfile on the BBC and the long-running STV documentary Weir’s Way.

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He is also a fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and a founding member of the International League of Conservation Photographers.

Colin’s illustrated talk will be held at the Commodore Hotel on Wednesday, November 13 at 7.30pm, with the doors opening at 7pm.

Admission is £10 per person – tickets are available in advance by contacting Louise Walker on 07860 797217 or, and at the door on the night subject to availability.

The Peninsula Camera Club meets at Cove Sailing Club on the third Wednesday of each month – contact Louise on the phone number or email above to find out more or see the Peninsula Camera Club page on Facebook.

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