Landscapes of New Jersey: Photos by Dave Blinder (Last Day)
Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: Bernardsville Library
On view: August 3 – August 29, 2019
This exhibition of photographs by Dave Blinder showcases open spaces throughout all 21 counties of the Garden State.
Despite being the most populous state in the USA, New Jersey contains a great deal of ecological diversity. We have beautiful natural ocean beaches, mountainous rocky outcrops, wildlife-laden marshes, and the Pinelands National Reserve. Natural areas are important to maintain drinking water quality, house our native wildlife, and for our own much needed outdoors recreation. The goal of this exhibit is to capture the diversity and beauty in New Jersey’s open spaces. Dave Blinder is a Morris County native and professional photographer. He is a board member of the Protect Our Wetlands Water and Woods non-profit open space organization in Denville as well as Land Steward to the Troy Meadows nature preserve in Parsippany.
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