An exhibition of images of an Alnwick attraction taken by the town’s camera club is to go on display.
The pictures, captured by members of Alnwick and District Camera Club, have been taken at different times throughout the year at The Alnwick Garden.
And they will be on show from Sunday, October 28 to Sunday, November 4 in the Pavilion Room at the Garden.
The exhibition was spearheaded by Trevor Jones, head of garden operations, and is now in its third year.
The images will all be on sale as part of the event and a percentage of the sale price is donated to The Alnwick Garden Roots and Shoots Healthy Living Project. So far, more than £680 has been raised for the charity.
Organisers Margaret and John Whittaker, who are both camera club members and garden volunteers, said: “We are delighted to bring a selection of work by members of the club to be showcased in the Garden. All images will show the Garden in different seasons, in a change to previous years.”
Trevor Jones added: “I am looking forward to seeing how our talented local photographers have captured the Garden through their lenses during the four seasons.”
The exhibition will be on display at the Garden daily, from 10am to 4pm.
Entry to the exhibition is free and no Garden admission ticket is needed to look at the work on display.