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Hill Country Photography Club

…dedicated to helping Texas Hill Country photographers improve their creative and technical skills, and to fostering appreciation of their photographic art in the community.

About our November Program

River Time
Presented by Susan Hanson

In addition to teaching English at Texas State since 1976 (with a break of five years in the early '80s), Susan worked for 20 years as a newspaper journalist in San Marcos - primarily at The Daily Record, and later at The Chautauquan - and served as lay chaplain for the Episcopal campus ministry at Texas State from Jan. 1995 to Aug. 2007.

Susan and husband Larry have a grown daughter, Erin, who lives in Austin.

Susan's favorite pastimes are snorkeling and canoeing, beekeeping, native plant gardening, hiking, watching birds and other wildlife, traveling, photographing plants and landscapes (both above and below water), playing 12-string guitar, reading mysteries, and spending entirely too much time on the computer.

Susan is the author of Icons of Loss and Grace: Moments from the Natural World and co-editor of What Wildness Is This: Women Write About the Southwest. Her work has been anthologized in Getting Over the Color Green, Let There Be Night: Testimony on Behalf of the Dark, and To Everything on Earth. Her work has also appeared in numerous publications, such as ISLE, Southwestern American Literature, Texas Parks & Wildlife, Northern Lights, and EarthSpirit.

In recent months, Susan's images have been included in several juried exhibitions, including "Family" and "Abstractions" at A Smith Gallery, as well as this year's Naturescapes Photography Contest. Most recently, her image "Legs" was selected by Keith Carter as First Place in the Texas Photographic Society's Members Only Show.

Next Meeting:
Thurs, November 19
7:00 - 9:00 pm

Susan Hanson - "River Time"

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The Hill Country Photography Club is co-sponsoring a new contest! The Texas Night Sky Festival Photography Contest will start accepting entries on January 1st, 2016.

Please visit the contest web page for complete information.
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