Alone On the Ice: A National Geographic Talk By David Roberts
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The last date listed for Alone on the Ice: The Greatest Survival Story in the History of Exploration was Wednesday February 6, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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Being spit at by a chimpanzee, screamed at by a prairie dog and charged by a pig is all in a day's work for veteran photographer Vincent J. Musi. As part of the National Geographic Live! series, he'll share images and stories from his April 2014 National Geographic article, "Exotic Pets." Musi explored the deep connections owners have with creatures you can't buy at a pet store, from a deer that has her own bedroom to a cuddly potbellied pig. He'll also talk about his work on other National Geographic stories, including "Animal Minds" from March 2008. Learn More
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This was my first lecture at NatGeo. I've wanted to go to several, but the $22 ticket price kept me away. But for $11 + fees, I was finally excited to go! This particular talk was pretty interesting, but the author was really not the best. I am sure he is a great author, but in terms of delivery and flow - he was lacking. I have tickets to two more NatGeo talks through Goldstar and I'm really excited about them.
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Intro by Australian Ambassador, very witty; author spoke about the book's subject and why he is unknown to people outside of Australia.
Wonderful photos of expedition, including films; heroic subject who lived to tell and write about it.
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