Langford & South Bend Parks + photography
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Langford Park

Nature Photography Walk

This Saturday - Oct 11

Langford Park is built around one of the major tributaries of Atlanta's
South River, and is the site of one of the City's most significant new constructed
wetlands projects. We'll learn about and photograph native streamside
trees such as Sweetgum, Sycamore, Elms and Willow.

in partnership with
Park Pride & made possible in part by City of Atlanta
for more information and to RSVP click here


South Bend Park - naturalist walk

Saturday - Oct 25

An enormous old Sycamore tree can be found near the River, while
tiny 400 million year old plants cling to stream rocks only inches from
cement slabs, and migrating songbirds still find cover in the forest.

for more information and to RSVP click here


Attention photographers!

Help us celebrate the natural beauty of Atlanta's Parks and Greenspaces.
Your photos from our Walk-Abouts throughout 2014 will be presented
in an exhibit at Atlanta's City Hall!

Photography is a great way to let
our City officials
and Parks staff know how important Nature is to Atlantans
and how much we appreciate their work to keep it green!

for more information and how to participate click


   Upcoming Walks in 2014
(no fee but must RSVP - space is limited)



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                       naturalist walks & outings       Kathryn Kolb & Jessica Muhammad

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above photographs:
Color Sweetgum, by Kathryn Kolb
Stone Mtn Southside Dome reflection, by Kathryn Kolb
Eco-A group at Cascade Springs Nature Preserve, by Laurel Mocklar
Violet Leaves on Forest Floor at Cascade Springs Nature Preserve, by Laurel Mocklar

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