Fallbrook Shutters photography show at library worth a visit

Ken Seals, who has photographs on display in the Fallbrook Shutters show, engages in a lively discussion about his work. Robert Sommers photo
Ken Seals, who has photographs on display in the Fallbrook Shutters show, engages in a lively discussion about his work. Robert Sommers photo

The Fallbrook Shutters photography group opened its 2016 show Friday, March 11, at Fallbrook Library’s community room.

The 35 images on display range from the beauty of the Fallbrook environment, to thought-provoking images, to candid portraits of local residents.

Fallbrook Shutters members participating in the show include Louis Nidorf, Ken Seals, Mike Riordan, Brett Stokes, and Robert Sommers.

At the opening reception, live piano music was provided by Bob Freaney, refreshments were served, and discussions about the photo subjects and strategies used to capture the impressive images ranged from studious to lively.

Take an opportunity to see the work of some of Fallbrook’s top talent before the show closes on April 30. Fallbrook Library is located at 124 S. Mission Rd.

Robert Sommers talks about a photograph (partially shown at right) he took following the devastating 2007 Rice Fire that depicted the ruins of a mobile home. Outside of a freezer that had been in the home, a turkey that had been cooked by the fire was on the ground.
Robert Sommers talks about a photograph (partially shown at right) he took following the devastating 2007 Rice Fire that depicted the ruins of a mobile home. Outside of a freezer that had been in the home, a turkey that had been cooked by the fire was on the ground.
Artist Brett Stokes talks about a photograph he took off of Sleeping Indian Road that is on display at the Fallbrook Shutters show.
Artist Brett Stokes talks about a photograph he took off of Sleeping Indian Road that is on display at the Fallbrook Shutters show.

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