I very excited to have a number of my images (10) in an exhibit of photographs featuring scenes from Wyomings wild and wonderful Absaroka Front. The exhibit will be displayed in Washington, D.C., and other venues over the next few months.
“Visions of the Absaroka-Beartooth Front: Stewardship and Collaboration,” is sponsored by the Greater Yellowstone Coalition. It will be on display for the next five months in places ranging from Cheyenne and Cody to the nation’s capital. The photos focus on culture, lands and wildlife, according to GYC.
Images from award-winning photographers D. Robert Franz of Cody and Dave Showalter of Colorado will be on display at Little America Hotel in Cheyenne starting Jan. 24, to coincide with the legislative session. The images will be stunning 24×36″ metallic prints.
It will move cross country in late February for a two-week display in the U.S. House of Representatives’ Rayburn Office Building in Washington before its five-day finale in Cody at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in mid-May. The exhibit is the culmination of a collaborative effort that includes GYC, county commissioners, state and federal agency staff, and state and federal legislators.
Sen. Hank Coe and Rep. Sam Krone, both of Cody, are hosting a reception at Little America. Rep. Cynthia Lummis, R-Wyoming, is hosting a reception Feb. 25 in Washington.
Here are a few more of the images I have in the exhibit.