Lynn Funkhouser at LOUP Nov. 7th

From: Dean N.
Sent on: Sunday, October 31, 2010 4:53 PM

 
-Dean Nolan
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Hello Folks,

Many of you should remember Lynn's presentation to our group earlier this year.  She is a fantastic photographer and knows the Philippine coral reefs like the back of her hand.  If you missed her last presentation, or would like to hear her latest, you should attend the next meeting of the League of Underwater Photographers (LOUP) on November 7th.  I am forwarding the notice below.

Announcing the November meeting of the League of Underwater Photographers.
When: Sunday, November 7th at 1:00 pm (doors open 12:30 pm)
Where: Helix Building, 8th Floor, 310 S. Racine Ave (near Jackson)

Lynn Funkhouser will preview her new show:
THE PHILIPPINES - THE APEX OF THE CORAL TRIANGLE

The Philippines, comprised of 7,107 islands, is being called "the Center of
the Center of Marine Diversity or the Apex of the Coral Triangle". Lynn has
been diving the Philippines 2 months per year, every year since '76. Her
presentation will show you six spectacular diving destinations: Tubbataha, a
UNESCO World Heritage Marine Park; Apo Island, a model sanctuary; Leyete, an
exciting new area; Donsol, the whale shark capital of the world; Anilao, a
hotbed of evolution; and Puerto Galera, noted for "The Canyons" and its many
macro critters. She will be happy to answer all your questions on how she
photographed any of the critters.

Lynn Funkhouser was inducted into the inaugural Women Divers Hall of Fame
(WDHOF). She is an internationally published photographer, author, lecturer,
environmentalist, adventuress, and leader in dive travel. She specializes in
underwater, nature, travel, and environmental images.

In 2008, Lynn was inducted into the Society of Women Geographers. SWG
members are women who love adventure and have added to the world's
knowledge. The record of each member's professional and personal
accomplishments, maintained at Headquarters, is eventually housed in the in
the Library of Congress, available to scholars. Members include Amelia
Earhart, Eugenie Clark, Sylvia Earle, Jane Goodall, Margaret Mead, and Pearl
Buck.

    As an environmentalist, Lynn is committed to making a difference on this
planet through her images and lectures.

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