On Display: Nature photography show at Forest Society

Damsel flies and lavender. COURTESY
Damsel flies and lavender. COURTESY
Frosty Morning. COURTESY
Frosty Morning. COURTESY
Mill Pond, Kingston, N.H. COURTESY
Mill Pond, Kingston, N.H. COURTESY
Mule's Ears and Lupines, Snowmass, Colo. COURTESY
Mule's Ears and Lupines, Snowmass, Colo. COURTESY
Pemigewasset Wilderness from Mt. Lafayette. COURTESY
Pemigewasset Wilderness from Mt. Lafayette. COURTESY
Pussy Willow in Spring, Kingston, N.H. COURTESY
Pussy Willow in Spring, Kingston, N.H. COURTESY
Red Water Reflections, Mill Pond. COURTESY
Red Water Reflections, Mill Pond. COURTESY
Tree Trunks, Smokey Mountains. COURTESY
Tree Trunks, Smokey Mountains. COURTESY

New Hampshire nature photographer Jeff Sluder is currently showing at the Society for the Protection of N.H. Forests Conservation Center. The exhibit, “Glimpses from My World,” features photos he has collected in the past year in travels to North Carolina, Colorado and closer to his home in Kingston. The show will be on display through June.

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