Wildlife Photographer Of The Year

What do you do on a rainy Saturday but go to a gallery.

Alec and I went to the Australian Museum for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

We also saw a photographic exhibition called Face to Face while we there that was about gorillas and other monkeys. It consisted of 30 huge portraits of monkeys that lived in sanctuaries – the majority of whom were orphaned when their parents were killed for the meat trade or so they could be taken into the live animals trade. Many were kept as pets, many kept in tiny cages for years. So sad.

The WPotY exhibition was amazing. Here are a selection of my favourites.

After the great photos we grabbed some lunch in the Myer foodcourt.

I love Hokka Hokka – who says fast food can’t be healthy?


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