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Congradulate Tabitha Rossman


Tabitha is being featured as an Extraordinary Woman Caver (EWC) in this year's annual publication that launches in April. Tabitha is the EWLS Photography Blogger. Her posts run weekly on Instagram where she shares
photography techniques and especially how photography can impact conservation issues. We are so glad to have you Tabitha. Congrats! #ewls #womencaver #speleology

Stay up to date about our annual event and publication distribution at the EWLS 2015 Facebook Event page.

Photo Credit: Amanda Labrado

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