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Taylor Lockwood – 34 Years of Mushroom Photography

September 25, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Taylor Lockwood comes to Woodstock on his final tour with a show covering highlights of his 34 year mushroom adventure career, many new photos since the last tour in 2014, and new animations of beautiful and bioluminescent mushrooms.

He is the author of two books and several video programs including two popular educational mushroom DVDs, The Mushroom Identification Trilogy, and The Good, the Bad, and the Deadly.

He has been published by:
The US Postal Service, New York Times, Washington PostNational GeographicNational Wildlife Federation MagazineScholasticScientific American, and many more.
(bigger list below)

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Bio:
http://www.taylorlockwood.com/aa_tl_pages/about.php

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The SHOW: (first tour since 2014)
• My bioluminescent finds in New Zealand, for example (first b/l mushroom photo-record there)
• New species of bioluminescent ?Hydropus, and
• first ever photographs of bioluminescent Armillaria fruitbodies

• Mushrooms of the Costa Rican rain forest including a bioluminescent “glowing tree”, etc.

• And, I’ll be going to Borneo in one week (third time) for two months.
• Plus, lots of new images from the East Coast America and Canada.
• I also have lots of new video animations, time-lapse, etc.

• More coming!

 

Details

Date:
September 25, 2018
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Venue

Woodstock Town Hall
76 Tinker Street
Woodstock, 12498 United States
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2 thoughts on “Taylor Lockwood – 34 Years of Mushroom Photography”

  1. I’ve noticed most events are held outside Albany, NY. Do you hold events in the Capital Region? I work full-time and it’s not easy for me to drive to places like Ridge, NY when I have to get back to work (I work night shift at a hospital). Thank you.

    1. We’re a Mid-Hudson Valley based club. While we attract folks from the Capital Region and as far south as Westchester and Rockland Counties, our base is in the Dutchess and Ulster areas. A handful of members do live in the Albany area, including myself, which is why I added a couple of walks here, but functions and events tend to be centered in the Mid-Hudson area.

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