Landscape Photographer Stephen Joseph Debuts Stunning New Book Showcasing Mount Diablo
Public is invited to November 16 book launch at Walnut Creek Library
By: Stephen Joseph Photography
Stephen Joseph is a distinguished San Francisco Bay Area photographer known for his signature landscape panoramas that capture California's distinctive geographic regions and rich, natural beauty in large and dramatic imagery. Esteemed for his ability to influence people and policy through his photographs, Joseph works regularly with land trusts and open space agencies whose mission is to preserve and protect private/public lands. His extensive knowledge of photography and his skill in the craft of creating images elevate his photographs to the level of fine art.
Mount Diablo, A Story of Place and Inspiration, features 214 panoramic photographs that celebrate the wonderment of Mount Diablo's extraordinary lands. Accompanying Joseph's distinctive photographs, created in the last three years, are four inspiring essays written by leaders in conservation and humankind's cultural connections to natural lands: Seth Adams, Land Conservation Director, Save Mount Diablo; Edwin Bernbaum, PhD, The Mountain Institute; Edward "Ted" Sortwell Clement, Jr., Executive Director, Save Mount Diablo; and Robert Doyle, General Manager, East Bay Regional Park District. Together, these thoughtful voices explore the diverse ways natural lands, and Mount Diablo specifically, touch our lives and inspire us to care about our environment and each other. The essays' authors and the book's editor, Linda Rimac Colberg, will join Joseph in the discussion.
For more information and to RSVP, visit www.wclibrary.org/
Doors open at 12:30pm. Presentations begin at 12:40pm. Book sales and signing begin at 1:10 pm. Doors close at 2:30. Mount Diablo, A Story of Place and Inspiration, is sponsored by Save Mount Diablo, East Bay Regional Park District, J. Rockcliff Realtors, Bishop Ranch, and Claudia & Scott Hein, and is available for purchase through StephenJosephPhoto.gallery.
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