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"Amarillo Flights: Aerial Views of Llano Estacado Country"
Photographer Paul Chaplo’s exhibit showcases his personal aerial photography of the high plains of the Llano Estacado, with a focus on the rugged escarpments and breaks in Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. The exhibit is on the second floor in PPHM’s Bivins Gallery for an almost six-month showing and features approximately 38 large format color photographs taken during Chaplo’s aerial expeditions over nearly 40,000 square miles of land. The work covers a large area from Horsehead Crossing north along the Mescalero Escarpment to the Canadian River Canyon, and west to the Antelope Hills, Oklahoma, including Castle Gap, Casa Amarillas, Fort Bascom site, Alibates Flint Quarries, Palo Duro Canyon, and many more dramatic landscapes and historic sites.
July 17-Jan. 23
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum CANYON, Texas