|CELEBRATING EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK'S 50TH
A Photographic Exhibit
of 25 black and white images
David J. Dunn
To enter the exhibit,
click on the image to the left,
or browse the index to photographs.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
"Warmth of the Everglades is a photographic exhibit by David Dunn consisting of 25 16x20
black and white images. These images were produced with standard 35mm film, 120mm film,
and Infrared 35mm film. Corresponding with the 50th anniversary of Everglades National Park,
"Warmth of the Everglades" will travel the state of Florida through 1997 and the beginning of 1998.
Exhibition sites include the Florida Museum of History in Tallahassee; the Florida Aquarium in
Tampa, the St. Petersburg Museum of History, and Florida International University.
information about the exhibit, call the 305/271-1580.
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER
David Dunn, a native Miamian, has been exploring the Everglades since boyhood camping trips with
father Arthur and late grandfather Gordon Dunn, former director of the National Hurricane Center.
Dunn dedicates this exhibit to the memory of Gordon Dunn and his love of the Florida Everglades.
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All pages and photoraphs in the exhibit "Warmth of the Everglades" are copyright © 1997.
The original photographic prints have been digitally reproduced by the
Everglades Digital Library
with the express permission of the photographer.
Last updated: August 25, 1998