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Bruce Getty Yosemite Peaches
Bruce Getty is a professional photographer with a large following on social media. He has an amazing gallery of photos containing landscapes and cityscapes that will impress anyone interested in photography. His inspirational story of how he became a professional photographer is even more impressive. Bruce is a recovering addict who enjoys sharing his life experiences as a way to continue in his recovery. He uses his love of photography as a means to stay clean and sober and hopes to inspire others who are on a similar path. Join us for a very honest discussion on several topics. Bruce also recalls his first visit to Yosemite National Park and how that snowstorm set the course of his future.
Bruce Getty’s first trip to Yosemite also sparked a great interest in photographing landscapes in inclement weather. Today he chases the light and the snowstorms every chance he can. Getty offers private workshops on location in the San Francisco Bay Area and in New York. Bruce has a large following on Instagram, and his impressive gallery can be seen at his website at gettyphotography.com.
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Thank you for supporting the Yosemite Peaches Project. The concept for the Yosemite Can O Peaches Radio Podcast was developed over the past several years with an idea to archive contemporary voices from Yosemite personalities. Each show will be recorded live from the trails of Yosemite National Park. Host John P. DeGrazio will share stories of how Yosemite influenced the lives of local artists, musicians, photographers, explorers, and a variety of other Yosemite experts with a tale to tell. The peaches represent the sweet reward of every exploration in nature. Special thanks to Thomas Wilmer for his kind generosity and mentorship. Tom also recorded the Outro for this show.