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On the recent trip to photograph the rocky shores of Filey Brigg the staff of the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging just happen to turn their backs for that split second for the students to be off, found here playing in the park at the top of Filey Brigg. Having said that, each year that we run thisĀ  course each and every student has put a work load in which is beyond what any working photographer would do in a year, so they deserve any break they can get and I hope they enjoy the play as much as they enjoy the work. Well done to you all

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Dr Thomas Hartman from the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging course which is run from the School of Biology at the University of Nottingham has recently purchased his family a new car, but when we went to visit Filey Brigg near Scarborough on the east coast, Tom found him self with a slight problem.

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Tom had come across a set of wheels, his first thoughts were will theses fit my car and second how do I get back to the coach. Tom never overcame these problems so the set of wheels stay on the beach, till next year. Still not as bad as when he brought home a bucket of fish from Birmingham Fish market via the small unventilated coach.

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