Like a planet in space, a rainbow trout egg sparks and crackles as biological processes begin a miraculous transformation, the same that progresses silently in the inscrutable waters of New Zealand's wild rivers every day. But even in clean rivers, the odds are stacked against this small vessel of life - only one in a thousand eggs will hatch and survive adulthood.
An outtake of hatched fry from from issue 117.
Image: George Novak http://bit.ly/16eQOJO
Impressions of Africa | Photography Exhibition by Richard Young
This exhibition offers an alternative view of African wildlife. The photographs reflect on the uncertain future of these wild animals, sometimes rendering them as ghost-like images in the landscape. Sadly, more wildlife is becoming just that: ghosts.
22nd June - 13th July
1/37 Courtenay Place, Wellington, New Zealand
Monday-Friday 10am-4pm, Saturday 11am-4pm
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