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Gaia, a Photographic Celebration of Flora and Fauna with Peter Rasberry

September 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Gaia was the Greek earth goddess, or Mother Earth, who in mythology gave birth to the Mountains, Sea and Sky. Gaia is also Dr. James Lovelock’s theory of Earth as a self-sustaining organism. This presentation is a slideshow of flora and fauna celebrating the beauty, complexity and diversity of some of the many species we share the planet with, and their roles in sustaining the balance of life.

Peter Rasberry is retired following a 38 year career in Outdoor and Environmental Education. As a hobby photographer, he is excited to share his deep connection to Nature through some of his images and experiences. Peter’s photographs have appeared in the Canadian Wildlife Federation’s publications. They have also been on exhibit at Environment Canada’s Biosphere Museum in Montreal for the United Nations International Year of Biodiversity (2010).


September 27
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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