Carolina Camera Club member Chuck Bishop shoots a long view on Hawksbill Mountain near Linville Gorge in North Carolina. (photo submitted)
Carolina Camera Club member Chuck Bishop shoots a long view on Hawksbill Mountain near Linville Gorge in North Carolina. (photo submitted)

Showing of nature photography at the FENCE

Published 10:56pm Sunday, September 15, 2013

Foothills Equestrian Nature Center (FENCE) is partnering with the Carolina Camera Club to mount a showing of nature photography at FENCE.

The show, entitled “Seeing Nature through the Camera Lens,” opens at FENCE Monday, Sept. 16. The exhibit will be on display through Oct. 3a1 every Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and in the evening for various public events such as the FENCE Family Concert with Tom Fisch, the Pacolet Area Conservancy cocktail fundraiser and the FETA (Foothills Equestrian Trail Association) Bar B Q. Everyone is invited to come by and view this free exhibit.

Carolina Camera Club member Shields Flynn explains, “We appreciate the opportunity to work with FENCE to mount this show in a new venue. Exhibiting here (at FENCE) will allow folks who might not see our annual show to experience local photographers’ work. Many of the photos in the show will feature the natural world of FENCE and the surrounding area.”

The Carolina Camera Club is open to anyone interested in photography. Current members come from all over the greater Foothills region in North and South Carolina. The club meets at the Tryon Fine Arts Center the third Tuesday of the month from September through May at 6:30 p.m. For more information on the Carolina Camera Club, visit www.carolinacameraclub.org. For more information on the FENCE show, call 828-859-9021 or check the FENCE website at www.fence.org.

FENCE is located at 3381 Hunting Country Rd. Tryon.

– article submitted by Tracie Henson

 

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