Photography at Stone Mountain Park with Larry Winslett

Photography at Stone Mountain Park with Larry Winslett

This webinar is limited to GNPA Members ONLY. You will need to register for the event at www.gnpa.org on the members page. The Zoom Link will be sent after registration.
Larry Winslett, an award-winning nature photographer, who has chronicled the natural world in many parts of the United States and Canada. A long?me friend of GNPA, some of you probably know Larry, have been on field trips, workshop or had a class with him.
His emphasis is on the Southern Appalachian Mountains, specializing in native wildflowers, rivers and streams, and granite outcrops such as at Stone, Arabia, and Panola Mountains in Georgia. Over the last few years he has lead photographers on an annual early spring Monadnock Madness Triple Hike Challenge beginning at Stone, then Arabia and ends at Panola Mountain. All in a single day. You might like to join Larry this year, watch for it on the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area web site, h,p://arabiaalliance.org.
Tonight, with Larry’s intimate knowledge of Stone Mountain you will learn about some of his favorite and little-known places on and around this great Monadnock. Maybe even learn a surprise or two about its highly diverse flora and fauna. Larry (chairman of the Georgia Sierra
Club’s Wildlands Committee) will also men?on ongoing conservation efforts at the park.
Larry leads workshops and tours all over North America and just returned from New Mexico. He teaches photography and Photoshop at the Atlanta School of Photography, the University of North Georgia’s Continuing Education Department in Dahlonega and Cumming, GA, and the John C. Campbell Folk School in Murphy, NC.
Larry and his wife, Julie, co-authored the book Wildflowers of Stone Mountain Park. They have recently published a photo book of nature scenes for Stone Mountain Park. This new book is titled Stone Mountain – a walk in the park and is currently available at bookstores and through his web site, www.larrywinsle,photography.com. Larry’s work can also be seen in the books, This is Stone Mountain Park and Stone Mountain Park – a Pocket Guide Book, published and distributed by I.D. Gear.
Many of Larry’s photographs have been featured in publications, such as Sierra, Wilderness, and Wild Mountain Times. His fine art prints can be seen at Stanford University and Cox Communications, and major exhibits at Stone Mountain’s Memorial Hall Museum and the Fernbank Natural History Museum. His photos have also been used by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Georgia Poetry Society, and the Dahlonega Chamber Music Festival.

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