Two Years in the Wild!

Two Years in the Wild - Letter

This is a message for all my friends in and around Nashville!

I have been asked quite a few times if I will give a presentation about my work in South Africa when I am visiting Nashville in 2014. So here it is!

The Brentwood Photography Group kindly invited me to speak at their monthly meeting on Tuesday, 3 June 2014.

The presentation will be about “Two Years in the Wild!“. I will share some of my adventures and experiences – with a lot of images 🙂 and I will also talk a bit about my methods to get good wildlife pictures.

Guests are very welcome at the meeting, so if you would like to be there, just mark the date in your calendar.

The meeting will be held at the Otter Creek Church of Christ on Franklin Road in Brentwood. The meeting will start at 6:30pm.

It would be great to see you then!

Click here to download a PDF with the meeting information:

PS: Please feel free to forward this invitation to anyone who you think might be interested in the topic – Thanks

3 Replies to “Two Years in the Wild!”

  1. YEA!!!!! Excited to see you again. I have passed this information on to the Cookville Camera Club Members and will get the word out in the April and May issues of the Camera Club Council of Tennessee’s Newsletter “3CT In Focus” (we now have 18 photo clubs across the state as members) Might you have another educational article or two to share? Some wildlife pictures and one of you with a bio would be appreciated too. 3CT’s Newsletters have won PSA awards the last two years By the way, great photo!!! Can’t wait to see more!

  2. Jack and I hope to attend. Always enjoy your presentations. The photos and commentary you email each week are a bright spot in our day.

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