Snapshot St. Augustine

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The St. Johns Cultural Council presents photographs by Kenneth M. Barrett, Jr. Raised in St. Augustine, and a University of Florida graduate in photojournalism, he is currently photographing what he refers to as ‘old Florida.’
Photographs selected for this exhibit cover the removal of historic and everyday structures. Long lost signage, historic reenactments, views of the shorelines and landscapes are captured using black and white films, color slide and print film and, finally, digital imaging.
The snapshot idea is a reference to Ansel Adams who remarked that the snapshot allows us to record the everyday events which surround us, and later these take on a newer meaning. As a celebration of St. Augustine’s 450 years of rich history, these photographs are Barrett’s view of our changing community.
Rotunda Gallery, St. Johns County Administration Building, 500 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine, 471-9980.

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