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March 2015 

Photographers Resource

ISSN 2399-6706

Issue No: 134

The Daffodil signalling the start of spring, but also the Emblem of Wales and St David's Day on 1st March.

March signals the start of spring and although the days may be warm, there can often still be cold nights and it's not unlikely that some winter weather can still catch us out. However when out and about in the countryside it is impossible not to feel the anticipation of spring with both plant life and wildlife starting to emerge and getting busy for the coming season.

March Diary
Wildlife Photography In March
Your First Visit
This month also sees the start of the vast array of events and spectaculars which take place throughout the UK during the spring and summer months, so our diary pages are getting longer.

An event of particular interest to photographers and those working in the photography industry is The Photography Show taking place at the NEC in Birmingham from the 21st to 24th of this month. It is the only national photographic show held within the UK and loads of manufacturers and suppliers are there showcasing their latest equipment and offers available. See the link in our diary to find out who will be exhibiting there this year.

At the end of the month the clocks go forward an hour giving us longer days, so giving us more time to get out, see and photograph what is happening around us.

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