Nature Photography: Winter Wildlife
Saturday, March 16, 2013
11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
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It has been said that art takes nature as its model. The beauty of nature has inspired many great Americans to create artistic masterpieces. From the wildlife portraits of John James Audubon to the stunning black and white photography of Ansel Adams, nature has been a muse to artist for centuries. Our Urban Park Ranger Art and Photography programs allow you to interpret the natural would through artistic expression, while learning about nature and the environment.
All Photography programs are for digital cameras and you must provide your own camera, DSLR preferred, but all cameras are welcome.
Directions to Central Park
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