Serenbe photog to speak at GNPA meeting

Donna Rosser will be the speaker at the October 16 meeting of the Georgia Nature Photographers’ Association (GNPA)—Central Region. She will discuss “Light in Nature Photography.” The meeting will be held at the J. Joel Edwards Public Library (7077 U.S. Highway 19–one mile south of the courthouse square in Zebulon) and will begin at 6:30 p.m.. There is no charge to attend. Reservations are not required. Photographers of all ages and skill (beginner to professional) are invited.

Donna Rosser is a fine art photographer. She is inspired by the everyday, but it is her interpretation that makes each image her own. Her photos are free, loose, and intriguing and are hanging in many public and private collections, including The Center for Fine Art Photography and FotoWeek DC permanent collections. Some can be seen at Dogwood Gallery and Framer in Tyrone, Georgia. They’ve also been exhibited in the Denver Airport; the Crystal City Metro; the Georgia Capitol; and, for the next year, some of her images will be part of a group exhibit at the new Maynard Jackson International Terminal at Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.

Donna has been a photography instructor since 2005 and has formed two photography groups in the southern crescent, in addition to the Serenbe Photography Center’s Collectors’ Guild. She is also the founder and co-director of Nature Undisturbed Juried Photography Exhibit and Sale (www.natureundisturbed.com), as well as the Executive Director of Serenbe Photography Center (www.serenbephotographycenter.com)  in Chattahoochee Hills, located just south of Atlanta.

For more information about Donna, visit her website (www.thebarefootphotographer.com). For information about GNPA—Central Region and directions to the meeting site, visit http://www.gnpa.org and then click on the REGIONS tab. Ω

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