REVIEW: Featured photographer captures wildlife, landscapes

Published: Friday, April 12, 2013 at 05:57 PM.

Through Talmon's photography, Crestview Public Library patrons will visit Cherokee villages, peer into a "Window into the Past" and, in a moody triptych, watch an American Indian in full regalia perform a tribal dance.

My favorite of her photos is "Spirit Wolf," a dramatic, majestic work depicting a tawny reclining wolf watched over by a pack mate, reproduced in black and white, behind him.

"I had a hard time picking the 18 photos to hang on the wall," Talmon said. "I'd pick some and say, 'OK, this is my favorite.' Then a month goes by and I'd say, 'No, I think this is my favorite.'"

Talmon's photos will be up throughout the month. Stop by and pick your favorite.

It's a tough decision to make.

Want to go?

Trina Talmon’s photography is on exhibit through April at the Crestview Public Library, 1445 Commerce Drive.

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