No Saturday Plans! Check out a Nat Geo Photographer in His Natural Setting

Paul Nicklen in the Video Flesh
This heart throb is also ruggedly charming and is indicative of people that hang with Paul
This excited Mom and fan literally crashed the party. Technically, no. Paul did invite her in personally from the street after our interview.
Coca Cola! Oh. Wait. I am on diet. Make that a Coca Cola Light.
6ec9fa9a2adbe6531c98_DSC06545.JPG if I eat him, than I loose my spread in National Geographic magazine. I could chase him, but then that would get me on a reality tv show. Or I can just go fishing.
What's up from Antarctica? Get it. The photo is upside down.

So it is Saturday morning, you're exhausted and you still want to take your family to something fun this weekend.  

Well, we think a visit to the Paul Nicklen Art Gallery in Soho is a must do.

Why you ask?  Well for starters he is the National Geographic photographer responsible for almost every Polar Bear and Penguin photo you can recall...or perhaps is on your screen saver now. 

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Second, the elusive Canadian is in town and doing a book signing this afternoon at his gallery.  Normally, he resides in British Columbia or out in the field...generally somewhere cold wet, and deadly.  We are personally amazed he has managed to take all these amazing photos without being eaten at least once.  You know TAPinto Travels' record.

Third, you know your children love animals and your spouse is into art.  How often can you satisfy both.

Finally, it is for a great cause.  This gallery is an expose of conservation activities and all the extra funds go back to helping preserve nature.

Check out Paul's gallery for more details.

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