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Headshot of Ken Schuster eight months after last chemo

For most of my life, the magic of photography happened in the darkroom. Now, science and technology have infused photography with unparalleled artistic freedom.

I never thought it would happen so quickly, but the quality of today's high-end digital photography has surpassed "traditional" silver-based images by every measure.

The prints are spectacular, last decades longer, and as a bonus I can breathe fresh air, work in daylight and not pollute our planet with chemicals. I love it!!

News - Posted Aug 19 -Painters Marilyn Farnsworth Wendling, Peter Batchelder, Vicki Koron and I met new friends and enjoyed seeing so many old friends at The Gallery at Prospect Hill during the Center for the Arts First Fridays Gallery Tour, August 4. It went so well, we might do it again around Columbus Day. Stay tuned!

The gallery is open every day from 10am to 5pm. The weather has been wonderful this summer, and it's a beautiful drive to see our work at the huge Prospect Hill Antiques building, 247 Prospect Hill Road, Sunapee (Georges Mills), NH.

Another in my "Long Form" series, this is "New Hampshire Spring." Please click the image to enlarge it.

Sprung image by Ken Schuster

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