“I’m delighted to have won this Award, and I’d like to think that it reflects the importance of Orkney as a global nature destination as I get clients from all over the […]
Fall, Leaves, Fall Emily Brontë Fall, leaves, fall; die, flowers, away; Lengthen night and shorten day; Every leaf speaks bliss to me Fluttering from the autumn tree. I shall smile when wreaths […]
“Orkney’s wildlife such as seabirds, raptors and cetaceans is truly spectacular and of international importance, and I’d like to think that the shortlisting recognises not just our hard work over the years but also the importance of Orkney’s wildlife in a Scottish and international perspective.” – Steve Sankey
“How large unto the tiny fly/Must little things appear!-“
The exhibition features work by Ingrid Budge, Magdalena Choluj, Rebecca Marr, Cat Moore, Robin Palmer and Frances Scott.
Image by Rosie Hopkins, Words by Joy Harjo
The Scottish primrose: listed on the Government’s Scottish Biodiversity List and is classified as being ‘nationally scarce’. Only found in the wild in Caithness, Sutherland and Orkney.
Image by Rosie Hopkins, Poem by Robert Frost
Image by Rosie Hopkins, Poetry by John Keats
The glowing golden eyes of a Helena’s Treefrog pierce the darkness as this frog perches on a mossy tree in the Peruvian jungle of Tambopata. Image credit: Roberto Garcia Roa and British Ecological Society