Post-meeting information: Daniel Fox presented some extraordinary pictures along side some amazing stories. Like the time he stared down a brown bear. Twice. Or the time he barely survived crashing on an Oregon beach when a wave split his ocean kayak in two. Daniel offered lots of his personal philosophy, including the value of solitude and the benefits of using “delete” on piles of digital photos.
Here’s how Daniel explains who he is on his website: “Explorer and storyteller, Fox uses his narrative to inspire the public to reconnect with the wilderness. Sometimes philosophical, sometimes poetic, his stories, his photos and his videos capture the viewers through all their senses, leaving them sifting through their memories and remembering their own moments when they felt connected.”
It promises to be an interesting presentation when Daniel Fox fills the projection screen at September’s AYC monthly gathering.
The meeting is Tuesday, September 8, beginning at 7pm (but arrive early for dinner). Monthly meetings are held at the Caddy Shack @ Rolling Hills Golf Course, 1415 North Mill Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85281-1205 (map) and both members and non-members are welcome to attend.
Here’s more from Daniel’s website: “He is the founder of W.I.L.D., an initiative that raises funds to send under privileged youth to wilderness immersion camps. Fox believes that immersion in nature is an important part of our development, especially during our early, formative years when it is so critical to discover who we are, develop strong self-esteem, begin to adopt leadership skills, challenge our physical well-being and acquire the capacity to live a balance life in a world dominated by technology Knowing the importance of today’s youth in shaping the future, his effort is targeted on giving youth, especially under-privileged teens, the opportunity to experience first-hand the positive impact nature can have on their lives through wilderness immersion camps.”