November 2022 Video

The November meeting of the NPPNW was  held on Zoom, again due to Covid.  Our invited speaker canceled due to health issues, but one of our own members, Duncan Foley, graciously agreed to step in as presenter with very short notice.  Duncan is retired after 30 years of teaching geology at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma.  He began his photographic journeys in junior high when his father set up a darkroom in the basement of their home.  He has taught photo workshops in Yellowstone, has had photos published on book and magazine covers, and has many photos in his book, Yellowstone Geysers and Other Hydrothermal Systems, which is part of the Story Behind the Scenery series of publications.  In Yellowstone, he has over 40 years of teaching field-oriented workshops and both park service and commercial guide training sessions.  He also is a National Geographic Explorer, due to his participation with an international group of scientists research project on the Old Faithful geyser.  Duncan has been a sponsored speaker at Kenmore Camera’s Digital Photo Expo and he has given presentations to several local camera clubs.

Duncan’s presentation is titled “Photographing Wonderland – Exploring the dynamic landscapes of Yellowstone”. From microbes to mountains, Yellowstone offers photographers a dizzying array of opportunities for photographing nature.  We will explore some of these, and enhance your understanding of one of Earth’s most dynamic places.


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