Douglass Owen

Douglass Owen was a science teacher and USGS geologist before joining the National Park Service to work for nearly twenty years as a park ranger at Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve in Idaho. He received a certificate of graduation in Professional Photography from the New York Institute of Photography in 1984 and published his first nature photography article in 1990. Since then, his pictures have been published in a number of calendars, magazines, and books and he has taught numerous two-day nature photography workshops and seminars at Craters of the Moon, for Xanterra in Yellowstone, and for ISU Friends of Learning.


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