The Royal Society for the protection of birds set a brief to create a poster/s to raise awareness for the bird conservation in a local marshlands.

In my research I found in WWII the marshland was used as a decoy site for air raids. The site had a rich history of saving life and continues acting as a haven for birdlife to reproduce and thrive.

To show this history and current role I used my own stunning photography to show it as a haven as well as creating a layered poster to represent its previous decoy use.
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