That’s my tent at the Lake Hoare field camp in the photo above — now on view from June 16 to August 6 at the Temecula Valley Art Museum in Temecula, California, as one of the 33 photographs and 4 sculptures in my traveling solo exhibition Walking in Antarctica. Bring your cellphone and earphones and listen to the accompanying audio tour. Or come on Saturday, July 29 at 1 p.m. for a free in-person gallery talk. Visit the museum’s website for details regarding the exhibition and the gallery talk.
This is the closest the exhibition comes to Los Angeles or San Diego for at least the next two years, so if you live in the area, here’s your best chance of seeing it. What else is there to do in Temecula? According to the official city website, “Rolling hills covered with vineyards, expansive views reaching to 11,000 foot high mountains, air swept by ocean breezes, and world-class wines make Temecula Valley Wine County a beautiful and fun area to visit.” After the Antarctic experience, the appropriate wine selection would be a chilled white, right?