Brass Valley: The Fall of an American Industry

Brass Valley: The Fall of an American Industry
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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

KENT HISTORICAL SOCIETY
PRESS RELEASE
“Tourist at Home in the Litchfield Hills”

The Kent Historical Society’s Sunday Series will feature Emery (Ted) Roth on March 20 at 2PM in the Kent Town Hall.  He will present a magical slide show of his photographic images, read a bit from his journals and talk about various digital photography techniques.

Roth describes himself as “a tourist at home in the Litchfield Hills,” capturing the beauty of the land and the richness of its heritage. Take a virtual walk with Roth while viewing his moving photographs of old farmhouses and barns, fields and woods, and nature.  This lecture offers an opportunity for both new and accomplished photographers to expand their horizons, as seen through Roth’s eye.  He will answer questions about digital photography and how it can be of value to the amateur photographer.

Admission is free, but donations to the Historical Society are welcome.



PHOTOGRAPHER'S JOURNAL - As a weak concession to winter, this week has brought rain and, in low lying areas, flooding. More of everything is expected. Do I sense somewhere off stage they are beginning to construct spring? It's too soon to say, and days like this over Rabbit Hill are still a long way off.

Other projects have taken me away from TODAY'S temporarily. Thanks to all who have written to inquire.