'But it is the photographs that make the show,' writes Richard Hamblyn of the exhibition Endless Forms: Charles Darwin, natural sicence, and the visual arts
now showing at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. (TLS, July 17, 2009, 'A world under observation', pp.17-18). The section was curated by Elizabeth Edwards, who also contributed a chapter to the catalogue. You can listen to a podcast of Prof. Edwards, and other contributers, at the exhibition website
, or click through the virtual exhibition, but there is no substitute for seeing the real thing. Endless Forms will be on display until 4 October.