DATE: Saturday 9 July 2022
TIME: Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start
VENUE: The Diving Museum, Stokes Bay Road, Gosport, PO12 2QU
EVENT: Illustrated evening talk
SEATS: Seating is limited to 60 maximum
TICKETS: Please note: we do not issue tickets. You will receive a confirmation email which can be presented at the Museum reception desk in lieu of tickets.
There is a pay-and-display carpark beside the museum. Parking is free after 6pm.
There is no toilet in the museum but public toilets are immediately adjacent.
As an earth-covered Battery, the museum can be cool in the evenings. Warm clothing is advisable. We can also lend you blankets if required.
There is a small flight of 6 steps down into the museum. If you need assistance on the stairs, our volunteers will be happy to help.
A photographic tour of the beautiful scenery and wildlife around our shores showcasing the range of species that inhabit the different types of seabed, including the fascinating range of wrecks which form man-made reefs. The variety, colour and history seen in our own waters is often both surprising and under appreciated. In this talk Charles shares his love of this fragile and awesome spectacle on our doorsteps.
Charles Erb has been taking underwater images for more years than he cares to mention and though he has dived world-wide, UK diving is where his heart is. Many of his images have won photographic awards and his work has appeared many times in the diving press, most recently his monthly column “Photo Quest” which he jointly pens with his long-time dive buddy. He is a member of the British Society of Underwater Photographers (BSoUP).
HDS Members price: £5.50 (don’t forget to log in to get your discount)