Just a few steps from the Berkeley Square Hotel, Bristol City Museum is once again playing host to the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine’s annual exhibition showcasing the best in wildlife photography form across the globe.
The exhibit includes images raising awareness of ethical issues as well as the best young photographs, even having an under 10s category.
Highlights include this giant tortoise on the blissful shore of the Seychelles, a springbok in mid flight whilst being ambushed by two cheetahs and an artistically lit composition of leaf cutter ants.
The Museum is open daily from 10.30am – 5pm with a late opening on Wednesdays until 8pm. Entry is free. This exhibition runs from 19th February to 5th June 2011.
Posted on:: 22 February 2011 | Posted by:: Tim