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Larry A Dunn
Wolcott, VT USA

www.dunnphotographic.com
My fascination with photography started over 40 years ago in my father’s small darkroom tucked under the basement stairs. There I learned the chemistry that made the pictures magically appear out of apparent thin air. Out in the field with my father, I learned how to use the camera to compose the photograph and get the image that I envisioned. Light, texture and forms still inspire me to keep producing images that I hope inspire, fascinate and please those who take the time to look at and enjoy them as much as I do. Often my wife will ask “what are you looking at” when I shoot some of my photos and will sometimes wonder about the photographs I produce. I hope my photography has both fascinated and brought you enjoyment. “When I see something I react to it and I state it, and that's the equivalent of what I felt. So I give it you as a spectator, and you get it or you don't get it, but there's nothing on the back of the print that tells you what you should get.” Ansel Adams

 

Feast

Cuyuni Potato Farmer - Peru
Color-blind

Monaco High Rises
City

Awnings & Balconies
2013 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

Pontiac
2013 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

Frightening
2013 Champlain Valley Photo Slam

Green
Color Story

Auburn 8
Color Story

Orange & Chrome
Red

Red Poppy
The Built Environment

Kiva
SOLD

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Upcoming Exhibits

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After 99 Exhibitions we're taking a break. 

Over the next month or two we are planning to do some work on our web site and better organize and advertise our inventory of fabulous prints we have been collecting. We also want to host a few more workshops and photographer community events.

Once we regroup, for our 100th exhibit, we are planning to host our 4th Champlain Valley Photo Slam Probably in November/December.

We really appreciate all the support we have received over the last seven years and queries from eager photographers about future exhibitions.

Stay tuned! 

 

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