I had the pleasure of talking to about 50 photographers who are members of Northwest Photojournalists on Sunday at Red Box Studio in Seattle.
Together, they form a loose organization that gets together for social events, to show work and support each other. As are most photographers, they are a cordial and welcoming group who asked many questions after my presentation.
Several students drove from Bellingham, Washington, for the day. One of them, Daniel Berman, wrote about my talk here.
I'm available for such talks, if you'd like to arrange one for big or small gatherings.
And here's the edit of Mike Kane's photographs of geoducks from Sunday.
If you need to hire a photographer in Seattle, Mike would serve you well.
You don't know what a geoduck is, you say? Pronouncing it properly is the first step: gooeyduck.
Here's the story for which Mike made pictures on the Wall Street Journal site.