Lecture Series presents:
A Photographic Journey to the White Continent
- Ralph Lee Hopkins
Wednesday, April 26, 7:30 pm
$5 donation requested
Antarctica. The name alone brings to mind the great explorers, giant tabular icebergs and, of course, visions of lovable and often humorous, penguins.
Join National Geographic photographer Ralph Lee Hopkins on a voyage aboard the National Geographic Endeavour for this visual journey to the infamous Falkland Islands, the wildlife-rich island of South Georgia, the ice-cloaked South Orkney Islands, and on to the fabled white continent of Antarctica.
Join Ralph as he shares images from his many voyages to Antarctica with Lindblad and National Geographic Expeditions. A geologist by training, Ralph's passion for this remote and wild place is evident in his narrative about the land, the ice, and the wildlife. And, along the way, he offers tips for improving your own travel photographs.
Ralph Lee Hopkins is an expedition leader and photographer with Lindblad Expeditions and teaches workshops for Arizona Highways, National Geographic Expeditions, and Santa Fe Workshops. His photos have been featured in books by National Geographic and appear regularly in magazines including Arizona Highways, National Geographic Traveler, Nature's Best, Outdoor Photographer, and Popular Photography.
Ralph is author of the popular guidebooks Hiking the Southwest's Geology and Hiking Colorado's Geology and his images are represented worldwide by the National Geographic Image Collection and Lonely Planet Images. To view his online portfolio visit
* $5 donation requested
(Hopkins workshop students: free)
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