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Ken Johnson photography on display in Paso Robles library 

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The series captures landscapes, with a “focus on local vistas,” says Johnson.

Enjoy Mother Nature’s grandeur through a local lens this March

– The Paso Robles City Library will display the photographic collection of local resident Ken Johnson in March. Interested in photography since the 1980s, Johnson was unable to pursue his passion until his recent retirement. Since then, he has dedicated himself to improving his craft. An avid outdoors person, Johnson says he finds his inspiration in Mother Nature.

Ken Johnson

Ken Johnson.

“The endless colors, weather, topography, and overall beauty of the outdoors together with the changing moods and visual impact beg to be captured and shared,” he states. “California has some of our country’s most diverse landscapes. This series attempts to capture but a small portion of
them, with a focus on local vistas.”

Johnson’s photographic display in the library will be available for viewing the month of March. For more information about art displays in the library, visit or call Don Rader, (805) 237-3870.

The library is open Monday-Friday 9-7 and Saturday 9-4. Curbside service is available during open hours. Masks are required for entry. Call the library at (805) 237-3870 or visit and the library’s Facebook and Instagram sites for more information.

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