Keith is a very experienced wildlife photographer with a deep love of the countryside, its flora and fauna and the landscape itself.
The theme of Keith's presentation was a view of a year through the lens of his camera.
Using a rich and varied selection of images, he lead us through the seasons from early spring to late winter illustrated with the animals, insects, plants and landscapes he loves which was so clearly demonstrated by the quality of the images and the care, patience and knowledge required to photograph each individual subject.
Not content with merely sharing his images, he engaged with his audience, explaining the methodology, techniques and tricks he employed to capture the images he wanted, whilst at the same time inviting questions and comments.
A measure of the success of Keith's presentation and his infectious enthusiasm for his chosen field of photography was that before anyone realised, it was nine o-clock and time to draw the meeting to a close and allow the community centre to close and lock up.
This was a most enjoyable and well received talk and well as educational, not only in relation to developing photographic skills, but also a rare insight into the beauty that surrounds us and so often goes unseen.