Photo Walk Through Nene Park’s Nature

Sat 30th April, 2022


About This Event

Price: FREE (booking essential)
 Join us on this walk, led by Eye photographer Steve Dytham and learn some photography tips and tricks as you go. With hot drinks afterwards at Visitor Centre Café!

Join us on this photo walk where you will mindfully wander through the much-loved Ferry Meadows with experienced photographer, Steve Dytham. Steve has won photo of the month at Nene Park several times and his photos are in the Nene Park calendar. Steve also helped his community during the Covid Lockdowns with his photos of the local nature in Eye village. Each day he posted photos that helped people to feel positive and connected to the outdoors.

In this walk, Steve will lead you through his favourite wildlife spots, some off the beaten track, to uncover interesting landmarks, views, nature & observations.

Find out how Steve takes breath-taking shots of otters and king fishers. Along the way, the group can take as many photos as they like, as well as share their knowledge and photographs with each other.

Afterwards Peterborough Presents will host a coffee and chat with participants to sit down with a cuppa, share photos and tips, as well as getting to know one another.

Spaces are limited so booking is essential. Please be advised that participants will be walking for most part of the workshop and please wear suitable footwear and weatherproof clothing.

Access: The walk is mostly on flat surfaces and on pavements, so suitable for wheelchair users. Please get in touch with Peterborough Presents if there are any other questions around access.


Suitable for all ages, backgrounds and levels of photography.
Please bring your own camera or smart phone!
Children must be supervised.

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About Steve Dytham

Steve has lived most of his life in Eye village and has recently retired from his job at Perkins Engines. Steve’s initial interest in photography began in 2000 with an interest in air show photography. This continued to develop along with holiday and travel photos. In order to expand and improve his photography Steve joined Perkins camera club in 2014. He then joined Peterborough City Camera Club as a member in 2017 where he was elected as Membership secretary in 2019. The knowledge gained at the camera clubs has enabled Steve to improve his camera techniques and skills and expand his photographic range.

During the Covid lockdowns, starting in 2020, Steve has focused on more local wildlife photography. He was encouraged to post his photos onto Facebook, to share them with the village via the Eye Community Chat Group. Steve has also written three articles in the village magazine, EyeScan, sharing photographs of the nature (big and small) around the village and has encouraged others to enjoy such wildlife.