Say hi to Smudge the bulldog. My pleasure this week comes from sharing the love of photography with kids. In the coming weeks my team of budding photogs will hit the natural spaces of Greeley to learn all about capturing moments with a camera as part of the University of Northern Colorado’s Summer Enrichment Program. This program has been going on for more than 30 years, fostering gifted and talented children and their interests in everything from drama and forensic science to well…photography.
July 8, 2009
Stepping out in nature to teach kids and dogs the joy of photography
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