Have you ever been on a local springtime hike and wondered about the names of the beautiful flowers you were seeing? Learn to identify local wildflowers in an illustrated talk by nature photographer Judy Kramer. In addition, Judy will tell us where to find these flowers and relate some flower stories.
This class will be held via Zoom. Attendees can join with a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device. If you do not have a Zoom account, download Zoom and create a free account prior to the class. Gamble Garden will email all registered attendees the class Zoom link 1-2 days prior to the class.
Class time is one hour: 45 minutes of instruction and 15 min Q&A. Questions may be sent through Zoom “Chat” and will be answered as time permits at the end of the program.
$13 Member (use code IRIS)/ $15 Non-member
Judy Kramer is an award-winning nature photographer living in Palo Alto. She is a past president of the Palo Alto Camera Club and is a member of the cooperative gallery in Palo Alto, Gallery House. Her work has been seen locally in places like Filoli and the Pacific Art League, and her photos are used by such organizations as Peninsula Open Space Trust, Environmental Volunteers, California Native Plant Society, and North American Nature Photography Association. Judy has always loved wildflowers, whether hiking in the Sierra, the Rockies, or here at home. So when she started her serious photography life in 2005, it was a priority to learn to take close-ups of wildflowers. When the pandemic started and she was not able to travel, she began to concentrate on visiting local parks. You can see many samples of her wildflower photography on her web site, earthwitnessphoto.com.