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Friends of San Pedro Valley Park:Presents from "Snow to Sea", a photographic Journey, by Edwin Hacking

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 San Pedro Valley Park, vistor center. 600 Oddstad Blvd, Pacifica, CA 94044 (650) 355-8289  See map
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"Snow to Sea"
"Snow to Sea"
EDWIN HACKING—PRESENTS A VISUAL JOURNEY FROM "SNOW TO SEA"
Known for his artistic approach to nature imagery, photographer Edwin Hacking, will take us on a memorable scenic tour of the Sierra Nevada watershed and beyond, during our program on April 12 at 6pm.
Starting in the deep snow of January, Edwin will present us with an image of the Sierra that few have had the opportunity to see. We'll explore Utica Lake, a typical alpine lake, & lower Consumnes and Mokelumne Rivers at the south end of Sacramento. 
Moving from the Great Central Valley, Edwin will share his fascinating aerial photographs of the San Joaquin Delta, flying over lush farmland & finally to the Bay lands of San Francisco Bay .  His photographer’s eye captures converging lines, shapes, textures, and color only seen from the air.
     We'll continue North with Edwin along the San Mateo coastline circling Pigeon Point Lighthouse, & then up to the spectacular Northern-most tip of the Point Reyes Peninsula and Tomales Bay.  We'll get a chance to see some landscapes that will compel us to make our own photo trips to these locations.
 Edwin
received a B.A in Film and an M.A in Education from SF State;  his photo background began as a hobby that eventually turned into a paid job as a medical photographer, corporate photographer, and then took a visual twist to expand into video production where he worked for companies like Hewlett Packard, Apple, Google, etc.

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