Climate Park Project Exhibit

by | Mar 18, 2021

I’m honored to be invited to participate in the first climate park in our nation. I’m a minimalist photographer and want to share the intimacy of my experience in nature. I approach my art meditatively, communing with the pregnant awareness that everything springs forth from. Upon being invited I explored the designated land. I could hear the steady knocking of wood echoing through the valley. Feeling the aliveness that moves me to photograph I discovered this busy bird storing up for winter on one of our non-indigenous eucalyptus trees. Ojai is known for its acorn woodpeckers that thrive in our oak tree covered valley. Due to many years in drought, both species are declining.

Deborah Lyon



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