The community project attracted more than 1,500 snaps

A

colourful exhibition opens in October showcasing Chichester Harbour’s Area of

Outstanding Natural Beauty through a year’s worth of photos.


From April

2012 to March 2013 Chichester Harbour Conservancy ran a community project to

collect at least one photo of the harbour every day for a year.

Throughout the

project more than 1,500 photos were submitted by over 100 contributors.

A

selection of the entries have now been brought together for a special

exhibition at Emsworth Museum.

Displayed in monthly panels, the photos show the

changing seasons and the variety of activities and habitats that characterize

Chichester Harbour. In addition four of the main contributors, John Tweddell,

Peter Arnold, Jake Jacobs and Juliet Walker will have their work showcased in

extra panels.

Siún Cranny Director of Chichester Harbour Conservancy said: ‘As well as involving the community this project shows the different ways

people enjoy Chichester Harbour, from sailing to walking and of course through

art and photography.

‘We are grateful to everyone who took part in the project

and feel that this selection of photos shows the balance between the humans and

wildlife that all share this special area.’

The exhibition will be open every weekend at Emsworth Museum

during October, from 10.30am to 4.30pm Saturdays and from 2.30pm to 4.30pm on Sundays.

Entry is free of charge.

Picture credits:

The Birds by Jake Jacobs

Lifeboat at Emsworth by John Tweddell

Early morning sun by Peter Arnold

Feva World Camps HISC by Juliet Walker