Local Photographer Bill Dunlap Joins the ESLT Board

All of us at Eastern Sierra Land Trust are excited to welcome local Eastern Sierra resident and photographer William (Bill) Dunlap to our Board of Directors!

Bill on Lower Rock Creek

Bill has been a volunteer and member with Eastern Sierra Land Trust for several years, and a frequent attendee at ESLT events – most often with camera in hand, ready to capture the action.

As a member of our Board, he’ll have an even greater influence on conservation efforts in the Eastern Sierra, and we are all thrilled to now officially have him on our team.

Bill has always had a strong interest in conservation. He has loved the Eastern Sierra since he began camping and climbing here in the late 1960s. He climbed with the Sierra Peaks Section of the LA Sierra Club Chapter, and later went on to explore other mountain ranges around the world. But the Eastern Sierra kept a special place in his heart, and he continued to return to the area year after year. In 1988, he built a home and moved to Mammoth Lakes; today he lives in a log home in Swall Meadows.

Mt. Tom sunrise #4 with PCBill has a talent for capturing the magnificence of our region in his timeless works of art. He regularly donates his beautiful photographs to us for use in newsletters, on postcards, and more. To view more of Bill’s iconic Eastern Sierra art, please visit his website: www.EasternSierraPhotography.com.

“My passion is fine art mountain photography, particularly in the Eastern Sierra,” Bill told us. “I couldn’t imagine losing these incredible views to development. This landscape inspires me every day, and I’m glad to have a hand in protecting it forever.”

Thank you, Bill, for your dedication to conservation in our region and for sharing your beautiful artwork with us all!

Clouds over Owens Valley

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