Tuesday, 16 February 2010

Wild Planet Photography exhibition

While we have a lot of wonderful attractions here in Brighton I do occasionally leave the city to visit other places (gasp!) and one of my favourite places to go to has always been the Natural History Museum, London. I love the building, the dinosaurs and of course the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

So I was delighted to hear that they were planning to launch a touring celebration of the exhibition and I was especially pleased that Brighton would be the first city to host it.

The full title will be: Wild Planet: Celebrating Wildlife Photographer of the Year and it will be taking place along the seafront in between the two piers. The exhibition will feature 80 of the most spectacular images from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year. The images will be on bespoke display stands which will be illuminated at dusk. Which will be perfect for those lovely summer evening strolls :)

Wild Planet will be arriving in the city on 12th March and will be here throughout the summer until 26th September and will include this gorgeous little Gorilla:

Image - Human encounter © Suzi Eszterhas / Wild Planet:
Wild Planet features images from Wildlife Photographer of the Year, which is owned by the Natural History Museum, London and BBC Wildlife Magazine.


1 comment:

Geoff Penn said...

Cool - I'll be sure to see it! I love that little gorilla