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Larry Miller 1953-2010

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New York Stereoscopic Society member Larry Miller passed away recently. You may remember his 1999 presentation The Color of Nature. Lynn Butler is preparing a memorial show of Larry's beautiful western landscapes:

"Larry Miller gave inspiration to others by the way he led his life. He loved life, friends and photography, never letting adversities overcome him. After living through two kidney rejections and being on dialysis, he took trips to the mountains and deserts alone to photograph. He would find hospitals in the state to go to his dialysis treatments in-between his work. We will be showing his photography at a future event of the NY Stereoscopic Society for all to share in his breathtaking images." - Lynn Butler

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