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From the Masai Mara to Malmesbury Town Hall Featured

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Local Tetbury and Malmesbury photographers Sandie Cox and Tony Banks share a passion for wildlife and nature and are going to be staging a joint photographic exhibition this summer in the Town Hall at Malmesbury.

It will run from July 14 to August the 10th and show a collection of captivating images captured in travels that have taken them from Yellowstone Park in the US to the Masai Mara in Kenya

As well as stunning images of wolves, lions, cheetahs and bears the photographs on display will reflect some of their favourite wildlife found in the UK, such as kingfishers, kestrels, little owls, red squirrels, and mountain hares. There will also be inspiration for anyone wanting to perfect their own skill with more easily captured horticultural and natural history shots.

Some of these nature images capture water lillies from Latour Marliac in south west France, where plants were bought by Monet and used in his garden at Giverny, where they inspired him to create the famous water lily paintings that are now among the most valuable ever produced.

The Exhibition will be of great interest to animal and nature lovers of all ages.

For further information please contact Tony Banks at: 07739 710 190

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