Thank you Mountainfilm
June 1st, 2011

It was my first *Mountainfilm in Telluride*, but I hope it’s not my last. Pretty amazing group of talented and inspiring people!

There are way too many to choose from, but here were some of my favourites:

Mickey Smith’s “Dark Side of the Lens”

Pete McBride’s “Chasing Water”

Drew Ludwig’s “Gloves I Carried” exhibit

And many thanks to RBC’s Blue Water Project for sponsoring the Sacred Headwaters, Sacred Journey exhibit, Art for Conservation for printing it and Mountainfilm for their Commitment Grant!

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