GREENVILLE – Award winning photographer and videographer Scot Miller will present “Thoreau’s Maine Woods: A Photographer’s Story” on Friday, July 25th, at 7 pm in the Center for Moosehead History, located on Pritham Avenue in downtown Greenville. Scot is the author of Thoreau, the Maine Woods: A Photographic Journey Through An American Wilderness (Levenger Press, 2013). If you are interested in Thoreau, the Maine Woods, photography, or the outdoors this is an opportunity to see the Maine Woods as Thoreau did more than 150 years ago, and as they are today. You will enjoy Scot’s account of his adventures in creating and selecting the images that appear in his book. Scot’s program is sponsored by the Natural Resource Education Center at Moosehead and Maine Woods Forever as part of the 8th Annual Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail Festival taking place in Greenville from July 24 – 27. It is open to the public free of charge. For more information visit www.nrecmoosehead.org.
Thoreau’s Maine Woods: A Photographer’s Story