Castle Valley photographers will display works this month
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Castle Valley photographers will display works this month
	I’ve always been drawn to photographing people and color. After having a fun conversation with these two Navajo girls at an Indian art fair, I asked if I could take their picture. They were beaming in their traditional dress.
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A collection of photos from the Castle Valley photographer’s group show will be put on display at the Castle Valley Community Center the first week of January.

For two years the small group has been meeting monthly to learn how to take better pictures, develop new techniques, share ideas, critique each other’s images and have fun. At each meeting members have a lesson followed by an assignment, which is critiqued for improvement by the whole group the following month.

According to Castle Valley resident Tom Haraden, “We felt it was time to share our hard work and what we learned. Each member of the group narrowed two years’ worth of pictures down to one that they felt best expressed their vision for their photography.”

For more information on the display, call Haraden at 435-210-1066

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