Nature & Environmental Photographers (TexNEP) welcomes
Photo Book creator, Thea Wiley, whose desire to organize
and preserve her husband’s nature photos that were
stuffed into drawers and boxes, lead to her developing
beautifully created Photo Books.
husband, Donald, began taking nature photographs in 2000.
He entered the Valley Land Fund Small Tract Photo contests
beginning in 2004, winning ‘Best in Show’
two contests in a row. In her search to preserve his photography
for family and close friends, Thea discovered Photo Books.
She believes, “Photo Books are truly a wonderful
extension of a photographers’ art.” Thea has
produced approximately eight books and thinks it is something
every photographer can truly appreciate.
how you too can transform your photos into gifts and treasures
using Photo Books.
The public is invited to attend the meeting, which takes
place at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, January 15th. Meetings
are held at the new headquarters of the McAllen Public
Library, 4001 North 23rd Street (Nolana and 23rd).
is no admission charge to attend meetings and participants
are encouraged to bring up to five photos to show and
share at the meeting. Images that can be shown on a digital
projector are preferred, but prints are also welcome.
TexNEP January field trip details will be given at the
more information about TexNEP meetings, visit the organization's
website (texnep.org); Facebook “Texas Nature and
Environmental Photographers” or contact Greg Storms,
TexNEP's Program Chairman, by email at email@example.com.