Miniature Landscapes: Mega-diversity Close Up

Many beautiful photos by Island photographers will provide a more artistic examination of nature in miniature.  You can find an entire ecosystem in a fallen log, crook of a tree, clump of seaweed, tangle of flotsam and jetsam or among lichens and mosses on a rock.  Sometimes there are too many species to identify.  No broad strokes here – this is the detail work.  Look through the close-up lens and get an amazing view of new worlds.  Ron Arvidson and Shirley Gallant will show dozens of tiny vignettes in photos by these terrific Island photographers and naturalists for this nearly-spring presentation.

Confederation Centre Public Library on Wednesday, April 16 at 7 p.m.

Free public event – all are welcome1378131_559618364091787_252972806_n

About Nature PEI

Nature PEI is the Natural History Society of Prince Edward Island.
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