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Wild and wonderful: The relationship between man and beast

A wildlife photography exhibition forces the observer to examine the relationship between man and animal.

Wildlife photography exhibition
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While many of us often search for new intellectual and emotional frontiers and like to be challenged or, at the very least, have our interest piqued by some work of art, at the end of the day there is something to be said for kitsch. Much of the commercial musical output of the 1980s, alone, is testimony to that.

So when one hears there’s a wildlife photography exhibition in the offering, they could be forgiven for expecting much of the same – albeit visually arresting – shots of animals of various shapes, sizes and species, caught doing their thing in the midst of Mother Nature.



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