Chester locals have the unique opportunity to view some of the world’s most spectacular sights, in the Antarctic.
Sue Flood’s exhibition, Cold Places, is now open at the Chester Grosvenor Museum, featuring photographs of the breathtaking wildlife and natural scenery.
Jonathan Shackleton, cousin of polar explorer Sir Ernest, will be presenting at the official opening ceremony on 16th December.
The Grosvenor Museum has organized family friendly events for the day and several speeches, from leading experts within the field.
Mari Forwood, from the Grosvenor Museum said, “It has been very well received so far. We are looking forward to the opening night and Sue will be attending to give a speech”.
Flood is an expert within her field and one of the world’s only women to specialize in Polar photography. She began her career working for the BBC, with Sir David Attenborough, on ‘Planet Earth’ and ‘The Blue Planet’.
Flood has plans to return to the Arctic in 2017 and 2018 for Steppes Travel, along with TV presenter, Monty Halls. Following this, her list of trips includes, Madagascar, Japan and photographing grizzly bears in British Columbia.
A true inspiration to any individual interested in travelling, Sue Flood’s exhibition is a must see, for a snapshot of real Arctic scenes.
For more information on the event or Sue Flood’s work, please email email@example.com or visit the Grosvenor Museum on 27 Grosvenor Street, Chester CH1 2DD.