The Photographic Angle (TPA), a charitable organisation, that promotes touring exhibitions and education, has a show on later this month in Manchester called ‘Wildlife of the World’.
The images exhibited are all reflections of the great lengths that our photographers have been to in order to capture their shots. Some have chosen to shoot the biggest creatures in the animal kingdom, others the smallest. Some have chosen the commonplace whilst other have focused on species that are endangered. Some have selected the most docile of animals, others the most dangerous. The beauty of this exhibition lies in its diversity.
Participating photographers include Sylvia Adams, Monica Anantyowati, Richard Coles, Jon Colman, Ian Cook, Gary Dean, Len Deeley, Ann Dickson, Lana Gramlich, Sheila Haycox, Janette Hill, Leka Huie, Robin Lowry, Luisa Lynch, Stan Mace, Darren Nisbett, Johan J Ingles-Le Nobel, Natalia Okisheva, David Osborn, Micheil Page, Trish Rudduck, Maurice Schutgens, Sandy Scott, David Southern, Jethro Stamps, Sue Totham, Sandra Walmsley, Christine Willis, Stuart Yates
WHERE: St James’s House, 7 Charlotte Street, Manchester, M1 4DZ
WHEN: Wednesday 31st January to Sunday 4th February 2018, daily 10am to 3pm
COST: Entry is free – No tickets required