‘A Down Under Photo Adventure’ at Mountaineers Meeting 7:30 p.m. Today!

Sunset on Mt. Cook, the highest mountain in New Zealand. Today’s meeting of the Los Alamos Mountaineers will feature photography from a month-long exploration of Australia and New Zealand. Photo by Momo Vuyisich

Misty rainforest in Blue Mountains National Park, Australia. Photo by Momo Vuyisich

LAM News:

Late in 2012 – our winter, their summer – Momo Vuyisich of Los Alamos and his family took a month-long camping trip through Australia and New Zealand.

They drove, hiked, kayaked and flew, exploring the forests, cities, mountains and coasts of these two beautiful countries. At this evening’s meeting of the Los Alamos Mountaineers, Vuyisich will show the many photographs that he captured during the trip and describe his travel experiences in the lands of the Aussies and Kiwis.

Vuyisich is a biochemist by profession, but tries to balance his busy career with travel and adventure, which he enjoys most when with his family. He is an accomplished photographer, with his work featured at http://www.wildwestgallery.com/.

The public is welcome to attends today’s meeting in the Great Room of Fuller Lodge. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. (trip and event announcements, etc.), followed immediately by the program.

New Zealand fjordland has many high mountains and deep valleys filled with wild flowers. Photo by Momo Vuyisich

Mt. Aspiring National Park, New Zealand. Photo by Momo Vuyisich

Hiking through the lush New Zealand rainforest. Photo by Momo Vuyisich

Downtown Sydney at dusk. Photo by Momo Vuyisich

Mt. Aspiring National Park, New Zealand. Photo by Momo Vuyisich

Mt. Cook revealed itself after a Pacific storm cleared. Photo by Momo Vuyisich



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