Noted Landscape Photographer To Speak At Audubon Photo Club Meeting

Photographer Lance Warley’s photo of Skagsandsen Beach, a fjord in the Lofoten Islands, Norway.

The Audubon Everglades Photography Club will welcome Lance Warley, a noted landscape photographer, at its Monday, Jan. 28 meeting to present “Landscape Photography in the Wild: Local to Around the World.” The meeting will start at 7 p.m. and will be held at St. Michael Lutheran Church (1925 Birkdale Drive, Wellington). All are welcome, and the presentation is free.

Warley will kick off the new year with a presentation to the club.

“The thing I like most about photography is that it makes me an active participant in nature, rather than just a passive observer,” he explained.

Experienced, and with an artist’s eye, Warley travels all over the world photographing nature and capturing breathtaking landscapes.

Founded two years ago by Peter Lekos and Scott Zucker, the club welcomes all skill levels of nature photographers who want to enhance and expand their skills through a variety of programs. There are workshops, field trips and presentations, along with competitions judged by noted photographers.

“Our new photo club is thriving and fun,” Lekos said. “We welcome all levels of photographers, and it is exciting to see our members grow and expand their skills through all of our programs.”

The Audubon Everglades Photography Club is a part of Audubon Everglades. AEPC’s mission is to welcome all nature photography enthusiasts seeking to enhance their skills through workshops, programs and competitions. AEPC strives to promote wildlife awareness, habitat conservation and photographic ethics through the enjoyment of nature photography.