Karo tribesmen dancing, wearing white chalk body paint, Omo Delta, Ethiopia © Steve Bloom / stevebloom.com.
"In his talk, ‘Living Africa', Steve Bloom will take the audience on a journey through the essence and diversity of Africa, capturing all its colours and cultures through stunning photography," says the Royal Geographical Society in a press statement. "The visual feast will explore the extraordinary continent through landscapes from desert to jungle, wildlife from birds to big game, and human life from remote villages to teeming metropolis."
The talks start from 23 January in Stamford, with further events in art venues and theatres in Brecon, Taunton, Keswick, Darlington, Norfolk and Southampton in February and March.
"Over many years I have revisited the continent of my birth, driven by a passion and determination to discover, through photography, itsvaried cultures and exotic wildlife," says Bloom. "Join me in this visually rich presentation as I retrace my steps and visit the people, wildlife and places of Africa."
For more information, visit www.rgs.org.
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