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Waterfall and woodpecker among Low Barns photo display

Two stoats look at the camera from out of a wall
These inquisitive young stoats were photographed at Wythes Hill Farm in Lunedale, County Durham

Stoats, waterfalls and a woodpecker are among the subjects of a photography club's new exhibition.

Members of the Low Barns Photography Group will display their best shots at Low Barns Nature Reserve near Bishop Auckland over the bank holiday weekend.

The club shared some of its most eye-catching pictures with the BBC ahead of the exhibition.

The free display will be at the Durham Wildlife Trust-run site near Witton-le-Wear from 26 to 30 August.

Water runs over a waterfall and between rocks
Cauldron Falls, also known as West Burton falls, is on Walden Beck in the North Yorkshire village of West Burton
Two men fish
Groyne Lighthouse at South Shields sits near the mouth of the River Tyne
A stag among long grass
Chris White had this close encounter with a stag at Holkham Hall and Estate in Norfolk
A woodpecker pecks at a tree trunk
This great spotted woodpecker was pictured feeding at Low Barns Nature Reserve
Black and white picture of stone pillars standing out of the sea
Steetley Pier near Hartlepool was built in the 1960s to pipe sea water for the magnesia treatment works
Four red and black bugs stand on a fluffy white dandelion seed head
This picture of four bugs on a dandelion seed head was taken at Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park near Billingham
Close up of a water drop showing an array of rainbow colours against a black background
Water-drop photography is a popular subgenre of high-speed photography and is ideal for wet days

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