A Photographic Exhibit – the Reptiles and Amphibians of Gatineau Park

It’s spring. The weather is great (well, mostly…) and it’s time to get out and about. So why not head to Gatineau Park for a walk. And while you’re there, how about stopping by the visitors centre for a look at our new photography exhibit, showcasing the reptiles and amphibians of Gatinueau Park.

The exhibit consists of 18 images representing 17 of the  26 species found within the park – a variety of frogs, salamanders, turtles and snakes. Images were contributed by me (Shelley Ball), Claus Vogel, France Rivet and several of France’s colleagues from the Club de photographie Polarisé de l’Outaouais (Robert Amiot, Robert Gravel, Lucie Béland, Jean-Pierre Riffon, Gilles Bechdolff, and Sheila Martineau).

Go have a look and let us know what you think!

Where: Gatineau Park Visitors Centre

When: Now until the end of August.

Here are some images from the exhibit….

France and I in front of a couple of our images. France - in front of her great image of turtles. Me, with my shot of an Eastern Newt (above my head)

Me (Shelley) beside my image of a Grey Tree Frog.

Our exhibit at the Gatineau Park visitors centre.

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  1. Pingback: A Wildlife Photography Interview with Shelley & France…. | 44th Parallel Photography

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