Wildlife photography program will be held May 10 in Clarion

CLARION — Seneca Rocks Audubon Society will present a program by Dan Gomola Wildlife Photography at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 10, at the Clarion Free Library.  The program is free and
open to the public.

Gomola is a software developer with a deep love and understanding of photography, especially wildlife photography.  Through the years, he has had opportunities in professional, collegiate and high school sports photography, newspaper photojournalism and some wedding and event photography.

His love of nature and wildlife prevailed and with a busy career and family life, he now focuses on wildlife photography and maintaining his website www.dangomola.com and wildlife-related photo essay blog.

Gomola’s blogs are a lighthearted, conversational way to share interesting wildlife facts, field stories and photographs with people who cannot have the same experiences.  His goal is to take those people on the same journey through his lens.

In the presentation, he will speak briefly on his photography background and his interest in wildlife photography.  Bald eagles, hawks and owls will be his primary focus throughout the program and he will discuss his equipment, photography tips, and stories from the field while displaying his photographs.

This will be an interactive session with shared conversation throughout.