Stalking the Wild Photo II will be exhibited at the Highland Park Public Library in the meeting room and main hall display case from October 1 to October 31, 2019. Photographers Mary and Kenn Krasner will have an art reception on Sunday, October 6 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
For the last thirty years or so, Mary and Kenn Krasner have amassed literally thousands of tranquil landscapes, nature scenes and panoramas they have taken while walking, hiking, and snowshoeing in local, state and national parks, wildlife areas & refuges, and in and around the highways and by-ways of New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and New York. In every season, and in all kinds of weather.
“We consider ourselves to be serendipitous photographers – a fancy way of saying that we don’t really pre-plan our photography outings”, Mary Krasner said. “We shoot what we see with the camera(s) we have with us at the time. For us, nature’s beauty is everywhere, so we’re always finding things that catch our eye, speak to us, or completely captivate us – and hopefully, we bring something of ourselves, something new or fresh to the subject, whether it’s a small beautiful detail or a different and unique point of view.”
The husband and wife photographers have had many exhibits at the Highland Park Public library and throughout the region.
There have also been many times, without any indication or portent, when we’ve stumbled upon scenes of incredible beauty, both great and small” Kenn Krasner said. “We used to call that dumb luck, but now consider them to be gifts from the universe.”