From 10 October to 31 October, the Ādaži library viewed the travelling photograph exhibition "Baltic Deep Sea".

“During the library's work, many people came to view the exhibition – Ādaži and Carnikava residents, pupils, visitors from the Ādaži day care centre, as well as every reader of the library. Looking at the large-format photo works, all visitors to the exhibition were delighted by the close-up of the diverse and colorful inhabitants of the sea," says the employees of the Ādažu library.

From November 1, the traveling photo exhibition "Baltic Deep Sea" can be viewed in the Pāvilosta library. At the opening of the exhibition participated Pavilosta elementary schools students, teachers and and other interests.

"To involve the younger generation and children in natural experiences in the digital age today is becoming more and more difficult. It is important for us to look at the world of marine dwellers with a new, different view to engage the younger generation and children in the knowledge of nature. It is very important that natural knowledge helps to address environmental issues for young people, children, whom these large-format photos allow to look around the world of the sea and to decide on future courses of study,” project coordinator Gunta Gabrāne said in the inaugural event.

The traveling photo exhibition "Baltic Deep Sea" will be on view in the Pāvilosta library until November 30.

In order to provide an opportunity to look at the world of the depths of the sea for a wider circle of people, the photographic exhibition “Baltic Deep Sea” will travel all over Latvia.