A picture's worth a thousand words

The seventh-annual Autumn Juried Group Exhibit of the Carolinas’ Nature Photographers Association has opened at the Biltmore Estate’s Deerpark Inn, through December.  

There are 25 images in the juried group exhibit depicting the vibrant colors of fall, the beauty and starkness of winter, and the rich, natural diversity of WNC. The photographers represented in the exhibit belong to the Asheville Region Chapter of The Carolinas’ Nature Photographers Association and live in Western North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

The nature photography club meets monthly, goes on photography outings, hosts educational seminars and workshops, and exhibits of members’ work.

For more information about the group, see www.cnpa-asheville.org.

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