John Scurlock Snow & Spire photo presentation- Burke Museum, Seattle

The Heart of the Distant Mountain – Photographic Flights across Western North America

Mount Shuksan in winter, from Snow & Spire.

Join photographer and pilot John Scurlock, author of Snow & Spire: Flights to Winter in the North Cascade Range. for  a presentation of his winter aerial photos in the North Cascades and the mountains of western North America.

Wednesday, Feb. 1st, 7:00 – 8:30pm at the Burke Museum
Free admission and open to everyone!

The doors open at 6:30pm; program starts at 7pm at the Burke Museum in the U District at the corner of 17th Ave NE and NE 45th St. Come early to get seats, and look at or purchase John’s new book.

Flying in his home-built airplane, John has amassed an amazing collection of photos of the mountains of the Northwest — jagged peaks, hundreds of glaciers, and vast untouched land as far as the eye can see. John’s stunning images and hair-raising tales have been assembled into a new book, Snow & Spire: Flights to Winter in the North Cascade Range, which is drawing praise far and wide.

The cover of Snow and Spire.

This presentation is hosted by Methow Conservancy. John has contributed photographs to both Northwest Geology Field Trips and Mount Baker Volcano Research Center.

Directions:
* From I-5, exit east onto NE 45th Street. Travel east on NE 45th Street to 17th Avenue NE. Turn right onto 17th. The museum will be immediately on your right.

* From Highway 520, exit north onto Montlake Boulevard NE. Turn left onto NE Pacific Street. Turn right and head north on 15th Avenue NE. Turn right and head east on NE 45th St. Take your next right on 17th Avenue NE. The museum will be immediately on your right.

Parking is available at the Burke Museum for $5 after 5pm

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One Response

  1. I attended Johns presentation at the Burke Museum tonight. I really enjoyed it. Alot. I love the video of what geologists do for fun…playing with steam on Mt.Baker. All I have to match that is opening my hot oven with out burning off my face.
    caveman

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