WUFT-FM Florida’s 89.1 anniversary; photographic collaboration

WUFT-FM Florida’s 89.1, a public radio station, will honor their thirty-second year with limited edition poster with snaps of photographers David Moynahan and John Moran. Oasis in the Dark/Suwannee River will be a vertical poster available in WUFT FM membership cause from 7th October to 18th October.

John Moran, a University of Florida alumnus, clicks pictures wildlife and landscapes with an the water of the state’s – coasts, swamps, the rivers, lakes and springs, as well as the creatures which inhabit them. John was named as the official state photographer of Florida in the year 2007 and his snaps has appeared in several top magazines including Life, National Geographic, Smithsonian, New York Times Magazine and Time.

After the twenty three year career as a writer, photographer and editor for Gainesville Sun. In the year 2003, John Moran left the daily journalism world to focus full time on taking snaps the best of disappearing natural Florida.

David Moynahan is a conservation snapper whose snaps help preach for preservation of the wild places of the earth. He got awards at 2011 Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice Awards as well as their staff snapper for the Office of Recreation Services of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. His pictures have come on several guides and books regarding the public land of Florida. The poster will be accessible during the cause with a set of 4 note cards boasting Florida springs after dark. The cards and the poster will be available for a US$ 120 donation to public radio.


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