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“Visual Ballads” environmental photography project kick-off on Tuesday

Phinney community member Bryant Carlin (often seen selling Real Change outside Red Mill) has joined forces with Conservation Made Simple to translate the experience of one man trekking alone through the Olympic National Forest into a story of changing environmental conditions and the ecological impact of man-made climate change.

Bryant has been camping in the Olympics for over 20 years, and has recently been making longer trips and taking lots more photos of nature and wildlife (ask him about the cougar or about the elk he found during his last trip!).

The project is called Visual Ballads, and the program launch takes place in PNA’s Community Hall on Tue Dec 3 at 5:30pm. RSVP online and come to the show!

Instagraham: https://www.instagram.com/visualballads/

Stories from Real Change:
*Real Change vendor Bryant Carlin captures a rapidly changing landscape
*Vendor Bryant Carlin prepares for wildlife photography assignment