Daniel Fox, one of our syndicated bloggers, has just got back from a 600 mile kayak expedition along the Argentinian coast. That's right, all his blog posts were coming in from the far – field. It took him four months, but he's come back with a waterproof hard drive full of amazing images of the wild and rugged surrounds and wildlife that he's seen, and some hairy stories about his adventures – which you can see and hear if you live in Manhattan – he's having a one man show at Lois Wagner Fine Arts.
This is just the first phase in an ongoing mission of Daniel's to capture the beauty and fragility of the earth today, called The Wild Image Project.
See Daniel's work at Lois Wagner Fine Arts between June 30 and July 10, then in Portland at The Pushdot Studio Gallery July 17 and 18.
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