Western datebook: the Green River

Posted on | October 30, 2009 | 2 Comments

Storm over the Green River. Photo: Robert Turner. All rights reserved. Reproduced courtesy of the artist.

THIS PHOTOGRAPH by Robert Turner of a storm over the Green River in Canyonlands National Park, Utah, will be on display for one more week as part of the “Rare Places in a Rare Light” exhibit at the G2 Gallery in Venice, California.

Meanwhile Nancy Green’s documentary “Green River: Divided Waters” will air on Utah’s PBS station KUED, on November 9th and again November 15th.

Via the Great Basin Water Network.

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2 Responses to “Western datebook: the Green River”

  1. Don Dwiggins
    October 30th, 2009 @ 2:59 pm

    You may already have heard about this; if so, pardon the redundancy. The web site looks OK, but here’s a sample of what I see in the RSS reader (I use Thunderbird as my email/RSS/newsgroup reader). This mess goes on for many lines. (I’ve sent an email with an image of it in context).
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    I’ll still keep reading; I very much enjoy your blog, the images, the information, and the overall feel.

    Thanks,
    Don Dwiggins
    Northridge

  2. EmilyGreen
    October 30th, 2009 @ 3:16 pm

    Thanks Don, Sorry for the gibberish. I’m looking into it! -Emily

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