The Four Seasons of Maine in Macro 3D
October 26 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Nature presents moments of beauty, grace, and wonder to those who take the time to see it. An astonishing world of natural “art” is there to discover if we slow down and engage in the joy of real seeing, beyond just looking.
A special camera enables Roger Richmond to record a unique, macro 3D view of the world that is usually beyond our capacity to perceive. You will find yourself ‘oohing’ and ‘aahing’ in wonder at the incredible beauty, color, and complexity of the natural world revealed in this presentation.
Seeing these images may rekindle a deeper appreciation, gratitude, and respect for the amazing natural world that is present in the everyday, and of which we are a part. Don’t miss this spectacular opportunity to see the world anew!
This presentation is recommended for anyone over the age of six. 3D glasses will be provided at the event.
Roger Richmond is a registered architect, Professor Emeritus of Architecture at UMaine Augusta, and continues to work as a design consultant at SpaceTherapy. He has won national design competitions, including for Maine’s Vietnam Veterans Memorial. He has been a 3D photographer for over 30 years and has given hundreds of 3D stereo photographic presentations to schools and organizations in Maine, New England, and internationally. He lives in Freeport with his wife, Beverly, and their cat, Lucy.
This event is FREE, but PLEASE REGISTER below if you plan to attend as the number of attendees will dictate what size screen Roger brings to provide the best experience.
“Roger’s images were stunning – views of nature that are so close at hand, but that we’ve never seen in this way. And while the visuals far exceeded our expectations, we were especially pleased with Roger’s elegant messages: make the time to slow down, look more closely at what is around you, and find the beauty in nature that is literally right out the back door. Roger’s presentation was truly the highlight of this year’s Maine Land Conservation Conference, attended by over 400 people.” – Warren Whitney, Land Trust Program Manager, Maine Coast Heritage Trust