Friday, May 30, 2014

Too Hot? Take In Some Nature Art This June.

Sorry, not by Marcus Janzow. But I wanted to have some type of picture here.
I'll admit, Midwestern Missouri summer days can be absolutely brutal and if it's too hot outside for you perhaps you may want to take in some local art at the Cape Girardeau Nature Center. Beginning in June you can see photographer and wildlife biologist, Marcus Janzow's photography exhibit, titled "Diverse Landscapes of Southeast Missouri".

Janzow concentrated on areas in Southeast Missouri, and the Missouri Department of Conservation hopes that after seeing the beautiful exhibit that you will want to get out and visit the areas photographed. And to be inspired by his photos simply stop by the (fully air conditioned) Cape Girardeau Nature Center during regular business hours in June, Tuesday through Saturday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. If you find it  cool enough you may even want to take to one of the trails located right outside of the Nature Center's doors as well, like the White Oak Trace trail.

Of course, I certainly hope you get out there and take to a trail to experience the great Missouri trail system as well, and I'd always love to see your pictures!

For more information on the June exhibit visit the Missouri Department of Conservation's release page here:

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