African Photo-SafariWeather Discovery Center
North Conway Library presents:
“African Photo Safari” with Kathy and Ed Bergeron
Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 7 p.m.
At Weather Discovery Center
Kathy and Ed Bergeron will share their experiences and photographs from a safari through Kenya and Tanzania, Africa.
Come join the local photographers on a journey starting in Kenya with images of elephants and glimpses of Mt. Kilimanjaro. They then traveled southward to the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania where the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera is located. Deep in the crater, 2,000 feet below the rim are lions and hippos.
Further south they headed to the Serengeti where they captured images of big cats, zebra, wildebeest, and gazelle. They were able to meet members of the Maasai Tribe and receive a tour of their village. One more stop at Lake Manyara where they photographed buffalo and many species of birds.
On the journey north back to Kenya they photographed cityscapes and people in their daily lives. Truly an amazing adventure to share and inspire.
Kathy and Ed Bergeron have been serious amateur nature photographers for many years who have photographed nature around the world: Hummingbirds in Canada and Arizona, scenes in the Alps, wildlife in all seasons in Yellowstone and on safari in Kenya, as well as flowers in Monet’s Garden in Giverny, France
This library program will be held at the Weather Discovery Center; no reservations necessary. There will be time after the presentation for questions and discussion. Homemade cookies will be served and coffee is generously provided by Frontside Grind in North Conway.
The program is free of charge, although donations to the Library are greatly appreciated.
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