This touring exhibition has drawn competition entries from around the world and is all the more exotic for it. Chris Linder's 'Desert icon' is as the title describes, a giant spikey cactus standing like a trophy against a glittering star studded night sky. Nature is a natural crowd pleaser and the 'Giant beachcomber' features one cute strolling beast of a tortoise as portrayed by Thomas P. Peschak.
The aesthetic quality of Sandra Bartocha's 'The magical forest' reminds me of the work of fine artist Mariele Neudecker. In Bartocha's blue forest white snow is falling everywhere and the lean tree trunks paint a landscape similar to Berlin's Tiergarten. As with all the fine work on display, this photograph takes the passer by to the front line of a glorious wildlife wonderland.