History Through the Lens is a collection of local photography related to the historic pioneer trails, historical points of interest, and beautiful Wyoming landscapes.
The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center (NHTIC) is hosting a photography exhibit, “History through the Lens” sponsored by the Casper Photography Association.
The exhibition runs from August 1 through September 28 and will feature a collection of local photography related to the historic pioneer trails, historical points of interest, and beautiful Wyoming landscapes. The BLM supports working landscapes across the West through its many programs and this exhibit is one way to highlight those landscapes
During the last two years, NHTIC staff members have been conducting historic pioneer trail treks with the Casper Photography Association, transforming their wonderful images of the trails to a beautiful exhibit at the Center.
"Casper Photography Association members have been hard at work over the last couple of years taking part in trail treks with NHTIC staff, taking pictures and learning the history. This is a wonderful opportunity for club members to share our love of history and photography with the general public in a spectacular facility,” said Lyn Clark, Casper Photography Association president.
The Casper Photography Association is Central Wyoming’s premier organization dedicated to providing opportunities for area photographers to learn, network, and enjoy Wyoming’s landscapes. The purpose of the Association is to further member’s knowledge and enjoyment of photography by sharing important concepts, new developments, and personal experience.
The photographs and images will be for sale only by contacting the photographer.
Posted on: Wednesday August 01, 2018 @ 2:19 PM