Jun 29 2011

TWiT Photo
Episode 14: Art Wolfe


Want some fun? Tune into TWiT.TV (This week in Tech) and watch TWiT Photo with Hosts Catherine Hall and Leo Laporte.

Art Wolfe is the guest. This was a lively interview on June 28, 2011.

http://twit.tv/photo14


Jun 29 2011

PRIDE PARADE
San Francisco 2011

San Fransisco Pride Parade Slideshow from Art Wolfe on Vimeo.

The mood of a parade and festival make for an excellent opportunity to get fun portraits, great shots of children, and even some wonderful dog photos.

A slideshow from the Pride festival in San Fransisco, California in June of 2011, with Art’s thoughts on the experience.

http://vimeo.com/25777412


Jun 28 2011

Caribou’s Greatest Threats

Today I have a photo in the New York Times illustrating the latest work by the University of Washington’s Center for Conservation Biology in the oil sands area of Alberta, Canada. 

Read the article in the NYT:

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It seems that, once again, humans and human activity, such as roads and environmental exploitation, are more of a threat to large ungulates than wolves.

The Conservation Canines of the Center for Conservation Biology are providing much needed data that gives a more accurate picture of what is happening to Caribou and Wolves.


Jun 23 2011

GIVE BIG SEATTLE!

UPDATE! – As a follow-up to this post from June 23, just wanted to say GREAT JOB, SEATTLE!!

Over $3.5 million dollars in 17 hours was raised for nonprofits in our area.  CLICK for more details.

Give BIG, Seattle! Today through midnight you have the opportunity to stretch your donation dollars by giving to your favorite local nonprofits through The Seattle Foundation.
It’s a great time to support those local environmental groups that work so hard to keep our city and state green and clean!

http://www.seattlefoundation.org/GivingCenter/GiveBIG/Pages/Default.aspx