Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Nature photographer Terry Walker to discuss his work

On Saturday, September 22 from 3 to 5 PM, nature photographer Terry Walker will showcase and discuss some of his most beautiful and beguiling images. Now in his sixties, Walker has over the past 30 years built up a distinguished portfolio of abstract, jewel-like color close-ups. His work has been exhibited in galleries across the nation, and can be found in the permanent collections of prominent private and corporate collectors.

Beginning in 1978 when a selection of his early work was singled out by Ansel Adams for publication in the book Ansel Adams Polaroid Land Photography, Walker went on to develop his own unique style and focus, preferring to work with the miniature wonders of nature rather than Adams' grand vistas. A featured NikonNet photographer, Walker still uses a trusted Nikon film camera and the natural light in the wild to produce his images. As he says, "I love wild places. They penetrate my soul and uplift my spirit like nothing else on Earth."

Walker's session will be limited to 15 participants, so we encourage those interested in attending to call the library and register (603-926-3368). If more than 15 sign up, Walker will present a second session on the following Saturday. His work can be previewed at


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