The Santa Cruz Group of the Ventana Chapter of the Sierra Club Presents:
The Mono Basin – An Enchanted Land
Thursday, July 18th at 7:00 PM
Photographer John Goldberg will share his images and experiences in this beautiful presentation. He has been returning to this unique and amazing area of California for 30 years and considers it his second home.
It is a land where pine trees meet sagebrush and freshwater streams tumble out of the High Sierra to replenish the saltiest lake in North America. One can encounter tufa formations and obsidian domes, beaver ponds and old ranches, stunning sunrises and sunsets, alpine lakes and beautiful storms.
John has a deep love of the outdoors that he
expresses in his images with the hopes of influencing people to better appreciate and understand our natural environment.
His most recent venture was a seven-year photographic journey with a herd of wild mustangs. He is beginning a project photographing the California missions.
He has been a long-time volunteer with the California State Parks and currently leads workshops on a variety of topics. His images, in both black and white and color, have been widely published and exhibited in many galleries.
When: Thursday, July 18th at 7:00 PM (6:30 PM social mingling time with healthy refreshments provided).
Where: The Live Oak (Green) Grange Hall at[masked]th Ave. near Capitola Road in Santa Cruz.
Parking is available, but try to arrive sustainably.
All are welcome. Tell your friends!