A free touring exhibition coming to the town at the end of January is an absolute must for anybody interested in wildlife and/or photography.
Organised by charity The Photographic Angle, Wildlife in the World is full of striking images of the widest range of species, from elephants to insects. Many of the photographs highlight the relationships that species have with their habitats.
Lou Griffiths of The Photographic Angle said: “What shines through is the photographers’ admiration and empathy with the subject, together with their sheer joy and sense of privilege of being able to photograph them.
“We hope this exhibition will encourage our visitors to make a personal commitment to help preserve our biosphere and its fauna. After all, most of our genes are also found in many animals. It is ignorant of us to ignore our true nature.”
Wildlife in the World will be on display from Wednesday 27 January to Sunday 31 January, open daily from 10am to 3pm, at the Spectrol Unit, Garrard Way, Swindon, SN3 3HY (opposite Greenbridge Retail & Leisure Park)
For more information see www.thephotographicangle.co.uk/exhibitions
Photos, top Eye of the Tiger: ©Robin Lowry. Below, Fish School: ©Len Deeley