Photo taken by Norm Powers in Montana. (photo submitted)

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Carolina Camera Club meeting Dec. 18

Published 9:25am Monday, December 10, 2012

Carolina Camera Club’s December meeting will be held Tuesday, Dec. 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Tryon Fine Art’s Center’s Mahler Room. Everyone is welcome.
The evening’s program will be presented by Norm Powers, who will use his photography from two recent journeys to northwestern Montana to explore landscape photography, as well as the geography and culture of this spectacular part of the country.
A native of Massachusetts, Norman Powers lived and worked in Manhattan for 25 years in the television and film industry, first as a studio technician and then as a writer and producer for his own New York-based production company.
As a free-lance photographer, his work has appeared in “Tryon Style,” published in 2008, and in a number of regional magazines, including the arts and culture monthly, “Bold Life” and the lifestyle quarterly, “Carolina Home & Garden,” for both of which he is also a contributing writer.
Visit Powers’ photography website at
– article submitted by Patricia Roshaven

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