Join us for an exciting evening with Creston’s Outdoor Photography Show where local photographers will present pictures of stunning scenery.
The event will be held at Kootenay River Secondary School Auditorium (KRSS) on Saturday January 27, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Doors open at 6:30pm. Admission at the door $15, and $5 for youth under 18. Early bird tickets $10 for adults available until January 20th.
Local Colours features photographers and storytellers Jesse Moreton, Peter Jonker, Lindsay Donald and Robin Louie. Come for an adventure through photos of breathtaking hikes, alpine flowers, fishing grizzly bears and stories of kokanee. We hope to see you there!
Photographer and Storytellers:
Lindsay Donald is an international award-winning wildlife photographer. Originally from Scotland, he has a degree in zoology and animal behavior from the University of Hull in the United Kingdom. Lindsay started taking photographs to illustrate animal behavior for a research project in the late 1970’s. He has travelled the World in search of amazing wildlife images. In North America he travels from Florida to Alaska and makes frequent visits to Africa including Botswana, South Africa, Tanzania, Zimbabwe & Zambia.
Robin Louie is from the community of Yaqan Nuʔkiy and enjoys using the land between the two arches just as his family before him since time immemorial. He shares the culture of the land in hopes for people to understand how to care for the land so that our future generations can enjoy it too.
Peter Jonker is a retired UofS adult-education faculty member and a life-long advocate of radical ecological health. His presentation will be a film,—brimming with video and audio clips from his own collection— that challenges us to think about how we humans may wish to position ourselves within the entire family of organisms that comprise life on planet Earth.
Jesse Moreton is still taking the road less travelled and bringing back souvenirs in picture form. As with previous shows, his presentation will be a mosaic composed by the mountain peaks and meadows visited throughout the year. His focal point will document an ascent of Blockhead Mountain, accessed from an almost forgotten corner of Glacier Creek. Other photos will feature outings in the Southern Purcells and Rockies and maybe, just maybe some not-so-local colours from an earlier summer trip to Alaska.