Where Lemurs Roam: Travel Photography in Madagascar
presented by Judith LeClerc
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 from 7pm to 9pm
Join us for this two hour program as Judy tells us about the overlooked “8th Continent” – Madagascar. With a startling level of biodiversity, Madagascar is a jewel in the crown for travel photographers – this island nation off the coast of southeastern Africa is home to thousands of animal species, over 90% of which are found no where else on earth. This program is more than a slide show, rather a discuss on how traveling the world for photographic adventures is not only possible, but can have a positive impact on both the photographer and their subjects. From how to get there to how to get the shot, her eco-centric vision coupled with her pragmatic view of modern world travel, will make you want to pack your bags and head out the door for your own adventure.
About the Instructor:
Judith LeClerc is a New Hampshire native born with a strong love of animals and nature. A veterinarian by day (and night!), Judith might more appropriately list herself as a world traveler. Her love of photography and all things nature drives her to travel the world to create images that capture her sense of wonder of the world around her. Her images explore the diversity of the world and the cultural differences of mankind. You can see more of her work at her website, Wild World Images.
(This program is part of our Education Member Series and is included in Education Membership. Studio Members receive their standard 20% discount on this and all SOPHA classes. Non-Members are welcome and encouraged to join us too!)