Photographers display Iceland snaps

Evelyn Duncan, Alan Harrow and Paul Douglas with examples of their photography work
Evelyn Duncan, Alan Harrow and Paul Douglas with examples of their photography work

Inverurie’s Acorn Centre on West High Street hosts a new exhibition each month and October has something a little bit different.

Three local photographers visited Iceland last October as part of a small group who wished to experience the wonderful landscape and learn how to “Capture the Moment” using the light which is unique to the Island.

Evelyn Duncan, Alan Harrow and Paul Douglas from Inverurie aimed to discover the special and ever changing environment of an island whose existence arises from volcanic eruptions and has some of the world’s greatest waterfalls, glaciers and unique flora and fauna in its lava fields.

Paul said: When we were returning from Iceland we spoke about the possibility of mounting an exhibition but the gallery was fully booked for 2016 so when a cancellation arose we were delighted to fill the gap.”

Alan, a regular volunteer at the Acorn, said: “We hope these images offer the chance to experience a little of what Iceland has to offer and a small insight into what is a marvellous volcanic landscape.”

The exhibition is free and will run until Monday, October 31.