Photographer Susan Reynolds will present nature photos to Camera Club


Photographer Susan Reynolds will share some of her recently exhibited nature and garden photography and images from her recent trips to Japan and Mexico at the Camera Club slide show Wednesday, November 17th at Hillside Clubhouse.

A San Francisco Bay Area native, Reynolds started hiking in the Berkeley hills at age 5 and began using her Brownie camera a few years later to record her appreciation of nature. While earning a degree in art history from University of California, she worked with the Oakland Museum's curator for prints and photography.

Travel photography is another important facet of this skilled photographer's camera work. In April, Reynolds was photographing in Japan and exhibiting there. A few months later she traveled in Mexico, photographing in and around San Miguel de Allende and Guanajuato, as well as in the small village of Pozos with its abandoned historic mine.

Anyone interested in seeing Reynolds' work is welcome to come to the Vista Room in time for her 7:30 p.m. presentation.

Rossmoor News, 11/3/04