At Female Nature Photography, to celebrate the month, we want to share with you some amazing news from our members, their achievements during this last month. You’ll definitely wanna check them out!
She launched a new photo exhibit at the Missouri Botanical Garden from now until March 27th. The exhibit is called “Orchids in the Wild”
and focuses on montane cloud forests and the incredible orchid diversity that is found in them. There are images from cloud forests around the world – Madagascar, Borneo, Costa Rica, Peru, and Ecuador. “Tropical cloud forests are as enchanting as they are rare.”
You are welcome to visit if you are in that area.
Shannon Wild: She gets so many photography, wildlife and career related questions, far too many to be able to answer individually that she decided to put together a video series where she could really take the time to engage.
“The idea is to use the hashtag #AskShannonWild and I will select a few questions to answer each episode, filmed while I’m out in the field. The regularity of the videos will be sporadic as opportunities arise.”
Each new episode will be added to her YouTube channel. Click here to access >>
She is happy and honoured to be featured in the Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania (RACT) Journeys magazine for February. Contents page and two page spread. She also won a competition to be featured on the cover of a map of one of the national parks.
10 pages with her article and photos about sea lions in Patagonia was published in the Wildlife Photographic Magazine in January.
She created a new web page “Conservation” on her website. You can discover the amazing organizations that she is proud to support by clicking here >>
The French photo magazine,MACROphotographie, published an overview of her close up work, a total of 14 pages are published in issue n° 11, 2016.
Her prints are now available for sale. This picture of “Au clair de lune” was ordered this month.
Her photo ended up on the National Geographic blog; “Behind the Edit: Primary Colors”.
“Never stop dreaming…because dreams do come true.” She received the grant funding from National Geographic’s Young Explorers program for a project called “Walking on Water”. She will have the opportunity to travel to elementary schools throughout Florida to share the springs and aquifer with the next generation of Floridians — and even bring some of them to the springs to share her passion for underwater photography.
If you happen to find yourself in Franz Josef Glacier on New Zealand’s West Coast stop in to the cinema and check out this wall-size print of the Milky Way above the Almer Hut that she took last year.
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