Thank you to our 3,700 visitors
May 09, 2016 • 2 Comments
Thank you to the 3,700 visitors who attended our "Beauty and the Beast: California's Wildflowers and Climate Change" exhibit at the Jewett Gallery, San Francisco Main Public Library. We are grateful to all who helped create this exhibit and spread the word.
We wanted to share some of the many entries in our guest book:
"Your exquisite collection has made me even more of a fanatical flower lover than ever before. Best we do what is ultimately necessary to change our overall outlook towards saving this great state of my homeland. I can not thank you enough…" ~Anonymous
“Quite lively. I especially enjoyed the different ways of viewing and photographing. I will look at all flowers with new eyes!” ~ Ros W., Catskills, NY
"What an amazing exhibit. Opened my eyes and brain. A hummingbird is doing its part why can’t humans!" ~ DZ
“Absolutely spectacular exhibit! Thank you for reminding us of the importance and beauty of our native flowers and the need to protect them.” ~ Dorothy D.
"Came with students from Concord, they loved it. Thank you."
Keywords: California, Nita Winter, Rob Badger, San Francisco Public Library, climate change, close-ups, exhibit, fine art photography, landscapes, mountains, national parks, photography, public land, wildflowers
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