Blawenburg photographer Clem Fiori returns to The Watershed Center with a photography exhibit that will be on display through September in The Garden Club of Princeton Gallery.
His 16 color and black-and-white images feature Hobler Park in Montgomery Township. The 50-acre park is being managed as a biodiversity preserve for migratory grassland birds and other plant and animal life. Nature trails weave throughout the park and sculptures are being added to the trail. A children’s playground and picnic area are additional features of the park.
The images show everything from details of the wildflowers and other plant life, as well as open skies, a preserved farm and seven species of hawks that use the park seasonally. Some of the images were taken with a 4×5 view camera and then transferred to digital format.
Clem is a freelance photographer, artist, writer, and environmentalist. He has a BA degree in English Literature from Rutgers University, 1965, and worked for many years as the principal photographer for the Princeton University Art Museum, the Woodrow Wilson School, and various other departments of the university. He is a lifelong resident of Somerset County, New Jersey.
See more images of Fiori’s images on his website, test.fioriworks.com