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John Fielder in Durango to promote open space
A photograph from the Horse Gulch trail system east of Durango is included in John Fielder’s new photo book, Colorado’s Great Outdoors: Celebrating 20 years of Lottery-Funded Lands. Fielder produced the book in conjunction with Great Outdoors Colorado, which uses proceeds from lottery sales to preserve a variety of open space around the state.
Photographer John Fielder’s SUV gives him a leg up to compose one of his photographs.
The Animas River Trail is another local subject featured in Fielder’s book.
Fielder
IF YOU GO

Photographer John Fielder will show slides and sign copies of his new book, Colorado’s Great Outdoors: Celebrating 20 years of Lottery-Funded Lands, on Saturday at The Smiley Building Theater, 1309 East Third Ave.

The book signing – Fielder will have several of his other books, calendars and printed works available for purchase and signing – will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the slide presentation to start about 7 p.m.

The event is a fundraiser for La Plata Open Space Conservancy.

Tickets cost $15 ($10 for conservancy members; children with a paying parent will be admitted free) and are available at Maria’s Bookshop, the conservancy at 259-3415 and at the door.

Photographer’s paradise

A photograph from the Horse Gulch trail system east of Durango is included in John Fielder’s new photo book, Colorado’s Great Outdoors: Celebrating 20 years of Lottery-Funded Lands. Fielder produced the book in conjunction with Great Outdoors Colorado, which uses proceeds from lottery sales to preserve a variety of open space around the state.
Photographer John Fielder’s SUV gives him a leg up to compose one of his photographs.
The Animas River Trail is another local subject featured in Fielder’s book.
Fielder
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