Wildlife photographer Geoff Trinder has been fortunate to travel the world in search of wildlife. He has photographed Steller’s sea eagles and dancing cranes in Japan, African fish eagles in Botswana and rattlesnakes in Arizona. Now, he is bringing stunning images of Wildlife of the World’s Wild Places to a special exhibition in aid of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust. The exhibition includes images of iconic wildlife such as lions, leopards and cheetahs, rainforest tree frogs, wildflowers and butterflies as well as the wild landscapes of Monument Valley in the United States and the Namib Desert in Namibia.
The exhibition starts on Thursday 5 May at the Visitor Centre, Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve, near Skegness. All the framed photographs will be available to buy.
Geoff Trinder has been a member of the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust for nearly 50 years and his heart remains in Lincolnshire where his interest in the natural world and his photographic journey began. The exhibition also includes wildlife of some of Lincolnshire’s wild places such as short-eared owl, lapwing and green-winged orchid.
The Gibraltar Point Visitor Centre is open every day. Combine your visit to the photographic exhibition with a walk about the wild coast of Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve and take time to relax and enjoy delicious food and drink in The Point Café. The café was recently awarded Highly Commended in the annual Tastes of Lincolnshire Awards for serving delicious, wholesome, organic, locally sourced food such as sausage and chutney pie, broccoli and stilton tart, homemade scones, chocolate and orange marble cake and wild berry cheesecake.