Photographer Robert I. Ferguson Turns His Lens on Hong Kong’s Wildlife
Why We Recommend it
Featuring 90 arresting pictures of around 85 different local species, this exhibition is an opportunity to discover some of the many animals in the city.
Robert I. Ferguson is an award winning photographer who has called Hong Kong his home for over 25 years. His images are featured in international and local publications, and his local fauna pictures are used at Kadoorie Farm & Botanical Gardens.
Robert’s photographic passion for wildlife led him to start a blog last year, WildCreaturesHongKong, on which he shares photos and fun facts about the diverse, common and not-so-common wild creatures around us.
Through this exhibition and his other work, Robert hopes to connect people with nature, and inspire them to spend more time learning about and appreciating the other creatures that live here.
The exhibition opening is on Saturday, March 23, from 5-9pm in presence of the photographer. On Sunday, March 24, the exhibition is open from 12-5pm with a talk at 2.00pm
From Monday, March 25 to Wednesday, March 27 opening hours are 12noon until 3pm.