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January 13, 2009


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Rachel Burton

That snow leopard photo is breathtaking! I was already inspired to check out the zoo after your Arctic Ring post, but I definitely want to see the photography exhibit!

Steve Davis

I have seen his work in National Geographic and other books. He obviously dedicated to have gotten these fantastic shots of such an elusive animal.


Dominique King

Rachel-The exhibit is definitely worth seeing. Displaying the photos as large transparencies really makes them appear particularly luminous and striking. The books and the photos I found online are stunning, but nothing really compares to seeing this show in person.

Steve-Winter does beautiful work, and I'm sure the rest of the photos in this show are of similarly high quality (they always are). We're planning to go see this year's show in the next week or so.
One of the nice things about this show is that the photographers often share the stories of how they got these shots, and what equipment they used. Not that I could ever hope to replicate their results!

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