Nature photography on display at Craftsbury care center
Warren Walker, Cabot nature photographer, is exhibiting his work at the Craftsbury Community Care Center during March. Mr. Walker will attend an artist reception on Friday, March 16, at 4 p.m., at the care center.
He is a sixth-generation Vermonter raised on a diary farm in northern Vermont and still lives on a corner of the farm, which was originally purchased by his great-grandparents.
“I have always been interested in the natural world,” Mr. Walker said in an artist’s statement. “In 2001, I combined a long-time interest in wildflowers with a new interest in digital photography. Since then, I have photographed over 150 species of native Vermont wildflowers. While looking for wildflowers, I will try photographing anything that catches my eye.
“I am no a landscape photographer,” he added, “but I do love waterfalls. Unlike flowers, waterfalls can be found and photographed all year in Vermont.” — from the Craftsbury Community Care Center.