Wildlife and wild places in New Zealand – photography exhibition

Downtown Wellington is hosting a photography exhibition by a “wildly talented” (in more ways than one) Sam O’Leary this month. Sam’s photographs of New Zealand’s wildlife and wild places will be on show from the 23 April (opening night) through to May 14 at Conservation House (Department of Conservation), Manners Street, Wellington. (Exhibition open Monday through to Friday.)

Sam’s photographs can be viewed at Sam O’Leary’s website.

Photographs (A2 size and framed in black with white matt border) will also be available for sale at the exhibition for $400 each.

As well as being a talented photographer, Sam works for the Department of Conservation, and runs their Conservation Blog.

[Photo: Green gecko in friend’s garden (Wellington), by Sam O’Leary]

One thought on “Wildlife and wild places in New Zealand – photography exhibition

  1. Hey cheers Cath for posting! Opening night was on Friday and it was awesome, please anyone that is interested come down and check them out before the 14th May.

    Sam.

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