Passion for the outdoors shared in photos

Shuswap Photo Arts Club hosts presentation by Jaclyn Tanemura

Shuswap photographer Jaclyn Tanemura’s passion for taking pictures has been a lifelong affair, and her mission is to encourage people to become more conscious and ruminative about our impact on the natural world.

On Monday, April 23, the Shuswap Photo Arts Club hosts a presentation by Tanemura at 7 p.m. at the 5th Ave. Seniors Centre.

Admission is by donation.

Through her photography, Tanemura has sought to create imagery to share her deep respect and awe for the outdoors, with the hope that it will inspire people to reconnect with nature

A resident of British Columbia all her life, Tanemura has found a constant source of inspiration in her surroundings.

Always keen to explore and experience the world around her, she is often found immersed in nature, keeping an eye out for the subtle story waiting to be unlocked.

For more information about the Shuswap Photo Arts Club, visit shuswapphotoarts.com.

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