This week we take a look at some of the fantastic plant life and mountains of Afghanistan.
We are joined by Peter Cordall of the Alpine Garden Society who specialises in flower and plant photography.
Peter is a former teacher and one time President of Chorley Photographic Society. His interests in photography and the sciences has lead to his passion in flower and plant photography.
Peter’s talk is a rare glimpse of the flowers of the Wakhan Corridor in north east Afghanistan. A very different view of a beautiful country we are sadly only used to seeing through the lens of conflict.
Everyone is welcome and your first two meetings as a guest to the Society are completely free of charge. Membership is at the reduced rate of £20 for the rest of the season or guests can continue to visit for just £3 per evening.