Wildlife Photography, with Gary Musgrave

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Gary Musgrave on a float plane in Alaska

The Pagosa Springs Photography Club will meet at 6 pm, June 12, at The Community United Methodist Church, 434 Lewis Street. Our speaker this month will be Gary Musgrave, of Musgrave Wildlife & Wood. 

Join us for socializing at 6 pm, followed by a brief business meeting and presentation at 6:30 pm. Anyone interested in improving their photography is invited to attend, whether a novice or experienced photographer. 

We are excited to have Gary Musgrave presenting this month’s program, on “Wildlife Photography.” Gary has been photographing wildlife since the mid 1970s. After graduating from Angelo State University with a BS in Biology, he guided hunters for big game in Alaska for several years. He has recently retired from teaching high school biology and environmental systems for twenty two years in Texas. Gary travels to Alaska annually to fish, visit with old friends, and photograph. His photography leads him to some of the most beautiful wilderness in North America. In his presentation, Gary will tell us the stories behind a number of his finest wildlife photographs. Gary’s photographs, taken throughout Alaska, the Rocky Mountains and other areas are on display in his Pagosa Springs gallery, Musgrave Wildlife & Wood, at 262 Pagosa Street. 

Club members may bring up to 10 photos on a thumb drive to share with the group after the presentation, if time permits. 

The Pagosa Springs Photography Club promotes educational, social and fun interactions between all who enjoy making and viewing great photography. The Photography Club meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month (unless otherwise noted) at the Community United Methodist Church at 434 Lewis Street in downtown Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Come at 6 pm for socializing; presentations begin at 6:30 pm. Members may share digital or print images following our guest speakers. Membership is just $25/calendar year for individuals and $35 for families. To join or renew, fill in the application form and mail it with a check for your dues to the address shown on the form, or bring it to one of our meetings. For more information about the club, see our website at pagosaspringsphotoclub.org.

Author: fotohiker

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