On October 10 of this year at 15.00 in the Ādaži library (Gaujas iela 27B, Ādaži) we will open the traveling photo exhibition "Baltic Deep Sea". The works in the exhibition allow you to see the amazing depths of the Baltic Sea, its plants and animals. The exhibition will be visible in Ādaži until October 31.
The head of the project, Ilze Sabule, reveals that "there are not many people who have seen with their own eyes such views of the Baltic Sea as we show in the exhibition. Such close-ups, captured deeper than 25 meters, have probably only been seen by marine researchers and professional divers. To provide an opportunity to see the sea the world to a wider circle of people, the exhibition will travel all over Latvia".
The photo exhibition "Baltic Deep Sea" created by the project project introduces alien invasive species - the Chinese mitten-crab and the round goby, also with boulders overgrown with blue mussel and bay barnacles, butterfish, long-spined bull-rout, flounder, four-horned sculpin, with an underwater oxygen producer pink algae and the promoter of water clarity - mussels and bay barnacles, as well as with the Aurelia aurita, which is the most common jellyfish in the Baltic Sea.
The traveling exhibition will then go to Pāvilosta, where it will be visible all November at the Pāvilosta library (Dzintaru iela 73, Pāvilosta). Anyone can still apply for exhibiting the exhibition in their municipality, library, museum or exhibition hall by writing to gunta.gabrane@daba.gov.lv or by calling +371 29123431.