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Kendrick photography exhibit at the Nelson Library

Nelson Daily Editor
By Nelson Daily Editor
June 18th, 2011

Nelson’s Tim Kendrick has enjoyed several careers: fighter pilot, administrator and a few small businesses.

Interests have included caving, mountaineering, scuba diving, Search and Rescue, building boats and exploring the BC coast, painting and pottery, but photography is the passion that has endured.

Kendrick’s photographs—Nelson-inspired images with unique approaches—are now on display at the Nelson Public Library.

From the strong and silent black and white print of a Japanese stone lantern in a soft winterscape to his vibrant, otherworldly infrared landscape images, Kendrick’s lens offers a unique take on the texture of the region.

“I took my first photograph over seventy years ago as a child and have been learning about photography ever since,” says Kendrick, whose experiments have most recently turned to infrared shots using an adapted digital camera.

“If these photos have any value then perhaps it is to show that an amateur can, by cultivating the art of seeing and learning how to get the best out of inexpensive cameras, record print-worthy images of what is beautiful around us.”

Kendrick’s images can also be viewed online at The exhibition continues until the end of July.  


Tim Kendrick Photograph

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