|from Eric Bowles' website|
The West Central Georgia Shutterbugs have invited Eric Bowles to speak at their Tuesday, May 13th meeting, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose room of Hightower Memorial Library, located at 800 West Gordon Street (across the street from Upson Regional Medical Center) in Thomaston. He will show images he took at Arabia Mountain (the most easily identified landscape of the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area), which he describes as “Stone Mountain’s smaller and older sibling.” Eric’s images depict this unique habitat and the tiny plants that live there. He will discuss techniques and equipment for macro and close-up photography he used to get some wonderful shots in this special location (DeKalb County).
Eric is an Atlanta-based nature photographer, specializing in the Southeastern United States. His work has been published in magazines, newspapers, and commercial publications. Eric leads workshops for photographers of all levels. Custom instruction and tours are available on request for select Southeastern destinations, including the Great Smoky Mountains, Okefenokee, Coastal Georgia, and popular locations in Florida. To learn more about him and to see samples of his work, visit his website: http://bowlesimages.com/
Photographers of all skill levels are invited to attend. There is no admission fee. For more information about the Shutterbugs, please visit their blog: http://wcgshutterbugs.blogspot.com.