We are thrilled to bring you a true Louisiana treasure as our next guest. Photographer/Storyteller CC Lockwood will join us on air January 12, 2016 at 6:00pm to talk technique, philosophy, give suggestions, and recount some memorable experiences from the uplands to the the swamps of Louisiana. If you don't know his work go to cclockwood.com for a visual treat. His latest book Louisiana Wild: The Protected and Restored Lands of The Nature Conservancy, published by Louisiana State University Press in September, showcases 220 color images from the more than sixty properties managed by The Nature Conservancy across Louisiana’s diverse and productive ecosystem. Lockwood presents a vivid photo narrative that journeys from the little-known Copenhagen Hills, a prairie habitat with the largest variety of woody plants in Louisiana; to the swampland lake of Cypress Island, with its massive rookery of roseate spoonbills and great egrets; to over a dozen other sites that showcase Louisiana’s distinct environs.

Check out some of the images CC has shared with us here. And remember you don't have to wait until the show on January 12 to get a taste of his works. CC is coming to our area. The Nature Conservancy of Louisiana partners with Rainforest Art Foundation, The Community Foundation of North Louisiana, and
The Alta and John Franks Foundation for “Louisiana Wild: A Special Evening with C.C. Lockwood” Wednesday, December 2, 2015 from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Marlene Yu Museum located at 710 Travis St., Shreveport, LA 71101. This event is free and open to the public.Join him there and be thinking of questions for the radio show.

CC Lockwood is a recipient of the Sierra Club’s Ansel Adams Award for Outstanding Conservation Photography and honored as a Louisiana Legend by Louisiana Public Broadcasting, has photographed the natural wonders of his home state and beyond for over four decades. His books include Marsh Mission: Capturing the Vanishing Wetlands;
C. C. Lockwood’s Atchafalaya; Around the Bend: A Mississippi River Adventure;
Beneath the Rim: A Photographic Journey through the Grand Canyon; Still Waters:
Images, 1971–1999; and The Yucatán Peninsula

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