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Tinkerville Brook. Photo courtesy of Joan Hill.

A wintertime look at Tinkerville Brook. (Photo courtesy of Joan Hill.)

Young photographers, here’s a chance to share and celebrate your love of photography and the great outdoors!

Joshua’s Trust will host a kids’ photo show this winter, offering children all over eastern Connecticut a chance to photograph the region’s natural environment and have their shots printed, framed and put on display.

Children are invited to visit any of the Joshua’s Trust nature preserves and hiking trails, take photographs there and submit them to JT Trustee Maggie Ferron at [email protected]. Families will be invited to see the work of all the young photographers printed, framed and displayed at the ArtSpace Windham Gallery, 480 Main Street, Willimantic, from March 4 to 12.

Joshua’s Trust is Northeast Connecticut’s largest land trust, protecting more than 4,000 acres of open space, much of which is open to the public on trails maintained by volunteers.

Please submit photos by Feb. 20.

 

 

 

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