Letters: Great visit to RBCM

Visitor to Royal BC Museum had a great experience and wants to share it

Recently curiosity took me to an advertised showing of wildlife photography at the Royal Museum. I have never seen anything like this.

The presentation is first class, each piece is accompanied by a paragraph by the photographers from the world over. The work is stunning and clever from a variety of perspectives. If you are remotely interested in either photo taking or wildlife, I thoroughly recommend your not letting this come and go.

To make the day complete, most certainly if accompanied by a child, the bus from Sooke drops you off at the door and brings you home from the bottom of Douglas Street.

No, this is not a paid for advertisement, it was one of those experiences so grand that it makes one want to share it with everyone that you know.

Barry Whiting

Sooke

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