January’s Tuesday Night at the Museum of Lennox & Addington will take you on an up close and personal exploration of nocturnal animals through the lens of Canadian Geographic award winner photographer, Bill Bickle. Bill will share his stories, usually with a bit of humour, about his approach to creating the perfect photograph. Bill’s love and respect for wildlife and his craft are not to be missed, please mark your calendar. Bill will be awarding a lucky attendee with one of his canvas prints.
Time: 6:30PM doors open, with talk staring at 7:00PM
Demographic: For ages 13+
No pre-registration is required.
Capturing wildlife images through photography provides lasting documentation that enables audiences to perceive past seasons and times gone by with the animals, birds, and landscapes depicted. Wildlife Photography is an evolving passion of Bill’s. Over the years, his appetite for capturing images while surrounded by natural settings has grown stronger. He is constantly motivated to hone his craft. Environmental changes and human populations are fast encroaching on natural landscapes and wildlife populations. All the more incentive for him to catalogue the beautiful spaces, animals, and birds in nature. The anticipation and excitement of another unique encounter inspires him to make the necessary hike, kayak excursion, or far reaching trip to a wilderness location, to capture, in a split second, the next exhilarating.