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Stunning photographs of the River Tees The Tees is a river in Northern England. It rises on the eastern slope of Cross Fell in the Pennines, and flows eastwards for about 87 miles (137 km) to the North Sea, between Hartlepool and Redcar. have gone on show.
The Stockton Camera Club Images of the Tees exhibition, at the town's Green Dragon dragon, mythical beast usually represented as a huge, winged, fire-breathing reptile. For centuries the dragon has been prominent in the folklore of many peoples; thus, its physical characteristics vary greatly and include combinations of numerous animals. Museum, captures many of the diverse aspects of the river.
Part of the Year of the Tees celebrations, it includes landscape, sporting and wildlife images and charts the changing features and use of the river today.
The camera club, which meets once a week in Hartburn, was formed in 1944 and is open to people of all ages and abilities.
Kate Mahaffy, exhibitions co-ordinator for Stockton Council, said: "The variety of images on display in this exhibition reflects the differing stretches of landscape, natural and built up, right along the River Tees.
"The dramatic changes taking place will mean some images on show may change beyond recognition in the coming years."
Admission to the exhibition, which runs to September 10, is free and is open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday.