I’m excited to be offering 13 slides from the Conservation:Humans Required project that I’ve been working on over the years. This set of slides is particularly exciting to present to the Bay Area conservation professionals who will be attending a sold out seasonal gathering by the Bay Area Open Space Council at the David Brower Center in Berkeley. The BAOSC is a fantastic organization that makes great things happen in the conservation world. Thanks to Annie and Ryan for this opportunity.
These slides come from the heart as I want to inspire a new wave of conservation minded humans who see knowledge and commitment as an answer to habitat degradation. Many of these photos depict places I am attached to as an ecologist, hiker, photographer, or just a philosopher. All scenes are less than 150 miles from home. All scenes feel like home…
Here’s a one slide of the show. It should be fun and I hope to make some strong connections with new friends.
Yes! You’re awesome, Lech. We’ll be sharing some (or all?) of the photos on our blog during and after the event. They’re amazing! http://openspacecouncil.typepad.com/
Amazing photos from Lechphoto! They are close to home and inspire us to think outside the norm while we continue to explore our connection to the land.