An exhibition of my photos from Cuba opened today at the Great Falls Library. Here's a news release about the show.
It was tough putting this one together because I came back with 3,200 images. While my Canon 60D SLR does continuous shooting (six frames a second), that doesn't account for all the pictures.
Heavy editing - even painful - was the only way to get the portfolio on display down to the 18 selections hung this afternoon.
Also in the room are marvelous paintings by a neighbor, Naz Akbar. She style is evolving through using vibrant colors and exotic, textured fabrics, adding different shapes to get the effects she captures.
The Library is at 9830 Georgetown Pike. We're in the big conference room.