Charlie Everitt, NWCU Scottish Investigative Support Officer, has won a category in the 2016 British Wildlife Photography Awards.
It is a competition entered by the UK’s top professional and amateur photographers from around the UK with several categories catering for differing photographic environments and perspectives. Charlie’s image of the Bass Rock – depicting the sheer number of birds nesting on the island – has won the ‘Habitat’ category. It is a photograph from a four year project that he has been working on called ‘Forthshore – East Lothian’s Coastline’ which concluded this year.
See here for the British Wildlife Photography Awards winners gallery:
Last night (Monday 5th September 2016) Charlie attended the award ceremony at the Mall Gallery, London, where the awards were announced for public release.