53 years old.
Lives in Oakland, California.
Member since 02/2011
"The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart." --Helen Keller Black Rhino Design was founded in 1996 by Deborah Dennis after her return from an Earthwatch expedition tracking black rhinos in Zimbabwe, Africa. While working at Apple Computer, Ms Dennis was granted a 6 week sabbatical. She joined the expedition in Hawange National Park where she camped in the bush and helped to track, radio collar and dehorn black rhinos in the wild. In 1999, she launched a second trek to Southern Africa in search of the last remaining truly wild black rhinos who live with no conservation status, fences or borders in northwest Namibia. There she met and stayed with Save the Rhino Trust volunteers, who diligently work to save these rhinos from poachers and loss of their wilderness habitat. She has tracked black rhinos, chased lions in the Okavango Delta, rafted down the Zambezi River, hiked up Machu Picchu, got lost in rain forests in Thailand, dove the Great White Wall in Fiji, sea kayaked in Baja, & outrigger canoed in British Columbia to get her photographs. Deborah lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and has photographed on five continents, with recent image collections from Alaska, Thailand, Southern Africa, New Mexico and the West Coast of the United States.
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Deb needs to get out more!