Mile High Wildlife Photo Club

February 2010 Meeting Summary

< Previous Meeting | Index | Next Meeting > Our February meeting featured a presentation by photographer Richard Seeley titled “Wild Moments”. Richard gave us a presentation on the stories behind his most memorable wildlife images. Hearing the stories of what was involved in getting some of Richard’s best pictures really gave context to what a photographer may go through to get that “one shot”. Sometimes a little luck, seemingly always some perseverance and good planning, was required. The presentation also included many sequences of photos leading up to the best; showing some additional insight into what was required. The presentation really added a lot of depth, history, personal insights, and commentary into the total experience involved at approximately eight different locations. These included photos of lynx, foxes, elk, dall sheep, grizzly bears, polar bears, moose, eagles in such locations as Millinocket, Maine; Denali National Park; Kaktovic, Alaska; Nobleboro, Maine; Errol, New Hampshire; Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming; LeClair, Iowa and of course, Colorado. For additional information, consider checking out his website at richardseeleyphotography.com < Previous Meeting | Index | Next Meeting >
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