Photographer Bob Coles to exhibit at RW-C
|This photograph of a heron by Bob Coles will be featured in a 35-image exhibit at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury during August.|
“Landscape, Nature and Travel Photography” by Bob Coles will be on display August 1 to 31 in the Gallery Hall at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury (RWC), 132 Lancaster Drive, Irvington. The public is invited to visit the exhibit daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Coles grew up in Ophelia and has lived in the Richmond area since the early 1960s, reported resident life services coordinator Maria Ferrand. Coles is a retired business owner and real estate consultant and has been interested in photography since the late 1950s.
Photography fits in nicely with his other hobbies, bird watching and travel. Coles and his wife, Gena, now live at Westminster-Canterbury in Richmond (WCR). His sister and brother-in-law, Jean and John Cowart, were residents at RWC for many years.
This 35-image exhibit includes a broad range of subjects including landscapes, wildlife and urban images, said Ferrand. Several images are from two recent outings on the James River near Richmond photographing bald eagles, ospreys and great blue herons.
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