News Release Day: May well 1, 2020
Call: Daphne Yun, 9172829393
Staten Island, N.Y. – Tangible Nature, a virtual exhibit of photographs by Dean Moses, is accessible for viewing on Gateway’s website at www.nps.gov/gate. This show explores the partnership and rapport people can have with mother nature. “More than a stroll on the path or a relaxation beside the water mother nature is tangible, we can not only touch it, but we in turn can be touched by it. The pictures were taken all through I Really like my Park Day, in Could 2019 and display persons discovering character and outside recreation and undertaking some hard labor in undertaking a clean up-up.” Dean Moses
A much more regular exhibit will be demonstrated at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge Customer Center once it has reopened to the public.
Moses is an creator, award-winning photographer, and freelance journalist. His pictures has appeared in numerous New York – centered newspapers, such as AM New York, Queens Courier, and Canarsie Courier. His images explore the marriage and rapport individuals can have with nature.
At first from the United Kingdom, Moses now considers himself a proud New Yorker. He life in NYC with his spouse and four cats.
About Gateway Countrywide Recreation Location
Gateway is a massive numerous urban park with 27,000 acres spanning Sandy Hook in N.J. and Jamaica Bay and Staten Island in N.Y. It offers green areas, seashores, wildlife and outside recreation, all alongside historic structures and cultural landscapes. It is the 4th most visited Nationwide Park Service device with a lot more than 9.2 million once-a-year people. For more information and facts about Gateway, take a look at www.nps.gov/gate.