A view from afar

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A view from afar

Chronicles of ‘Looking East’ puts local twist on global display
Open Shutter Gallery manager Brandon Donahue captured this typical scene of downtown New Delhi and its flood of people, wires, rickshaws and tuk-tuks.
Augmenting the Group of Seven’s exhibit of photos from India are a selection of Open Shutter owner Margy Dudley’s chronicling of some of her international travels. This was taken in Essakane, Mali, near Timbuktu at the Festival in the Desert.
This portrait, taken in Rajasthan, India, is representative of the photographic style of Steve McCurry.
A woman prepares to make an offering to Karni Mata at the famed Rat Temple in Deshnoke, India, in this photograph by Durango photographer Suzy McGregor.
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The Open Shutter Gallery, 735 Main Ave., will hold an opening reception for “Looking East” featuring Steve McCurry and The Group of Seven from 5-8 p.m. today. The exhibit will remain on display through July 26. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday

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A view from afar

Open Shutter Gallery manager Brandon Donahue captured this typical scene of downtown New Delhi and its flood of people, wires, rickshaws and tuk-tuks.
Augmenting the Group of Seven’s exhibit of photos from India are a selection of Open Shutter owner Margy Dudley’s chronicling of some of her international travels. This was taken in Essakane, Mali, near Timbuktu at the Festival in the Desert.
This portrait, taken in Rajasthan, India, is representative of the photographic style of Steve McCurry.
A woman prepares to make an offering to Karni Mata at the famed Rat Temple in Deshnoke, India, in this photograph by Durango photographer Suzy McGregor.
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