Images of Desert Diversity available at Destination PSP

Available in Palm Springs at- see video link below.

Destination PSP
170 N Palm Canyon Dr. (between Tahquitz & Andreas)
Palm Springs, CA 92262
760-354-9154

“Images of Desert Diversity,” a vivid photo-book of Pride photography of my years in Palm Springs, the result of Covid-19 shelter in place, lockdown. Having a huge inventory of Palm Springs photography and all the spare time in the world, it turned into a photo editing project, design, and layout for a new photo-book. While most Pride celebrations are held in summer, Palm Springs has theirs during the mild weather of early November, the entire community in a myriad of costumes, colorful personalities, non-profit and political groups, collaboratively join the nearly mile-long parade route as one of Palm Springs’ largest annual events.    Promotional video.

Images of Desert Diversity — Published on Amazon

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“Images of Desert Diversity,” a vivid photo-book of Pride photography of my years in Palm Springs, the result of Covid-19 shelter in place, lockdown. Having a huge inventory of Palm Springs photography and all the spare time in the world, it turned into a photo editing project, design, and layout for a new photo-book. While most Pride celebrations are held in summer, Palm Springs has theirs during the mild weather of early November, the entire community in a myriad of costumes, colorful personalities, non-profit and political groups, collaboratively join the nearly mile-long parade route as one of Palm Springs’ largest annual events. The author’s other Pride photo-book, San Francisco Pride Photography dating back to 1980. “Capturing Our Diversity,” 180 pages. color and black & white photography.

50 Years San Francisco Virtual Pride

Scott Wiener was live – June 26 at 6:02 PM
PRIDE EVENT: Senator Scott Wiener, artist and curator Joseph Abbati, and featured photographers discuss the exhibit “SF Pride 2020 – 50 Years.”
Abbati partnered with Senator Wiener’s office, curating these photographs to put a spotlight on San Francisco’s LGBTQ community through 50 years of SF Pride. The exhibit highlights all that Pride has come to mean for our city. Join us and check out historic photographs and celebrate the LGTBQ community’s diversity and strength over the past 50 years.

SF Pride 2020 with Senator Scott Wiener — 50 Years in Photos

LIVE NOW: PRIDE EVENT: Senator Scott Wiener, artist and curator Joseph Abbati, and featured photographers discuss the exhibit “SF Pride 2020 – 50 Years.” Abbati partnered with Senator Wiener's office, curating these photographs to put a spotlight on San Francisco’s LGBTQ community through 50 years of SF Pride. The exhibit highlights all that Pride has come to mean for our city. Join us and check out historic photographs and celebrate the LGTBQ community’s diversity and strength over the past 50 years.

Posted by Scott Wiener on Friday, June 26, 2020