Y2Y On Display in Seattle
Seattle-area residents who've heard about the Yellowstone to Yukon initiative but want to learn more have a golden opportunity from now through the end of the year. A collection of Florian Schulz's photographs that captures the heart and soul of Y2K are on display at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle.
Mr. Schulz, of course, was the photographer whose works illustrated Yellowstone To Yukon, Freedom to Roam, a book that contains a collection of essays addressing the Y2K initiative.
The photo exhibition features shots from Yellowstone all the way to the Yukon Territories. The museum is located on the University of Washington campus at 17th Avenue NE and NE 45th Street in Seattle.