Death Valley National Park: Magnitude and Mystery

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Join professional photographic artist Michael E. Gordon for a presentation that will feature images and stories from Death Valley National Park, the largest and most awe-inspiring National Park in the lower 48.

Michael is a California native and resident who has been exploring, hiking, studying, photographing and loving Death Valley for more than 25 years. His passion, enthusiasm, and knowledge of this fascinating and magical landscape will turn you into a Death Valley lover, too. He is intimately familiar with the land, its moods, its light, and its natural and human history.

More about Michael's photography: http://www.michael-gordon.com/

Michael's Death Valley Tours: http://www.deathvalleyphototours.com/

Michael will be bringing his books, "American Desert" and
"Immense, Silent, and Sacred" for signature.

This free educational event is sponsored by the West Los Angeles Group of the Angeles Chapter of the Sierra Club.

Event details: Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 7pm at Culver City Veterans Memorial Auditorium in the Garden room, 4117 Overland Ave., Culver City 90230. Plenty of free lighted parking. Feel free to bring a friend; all meetings are open to both members and non-members of the Sierra Club.