Oct 05 2012

Capturing Hunterdon’s Scenic Beauty with Dwight Hiscano


Grab your camera and join the Hunterdon Land Trust and noted Nature Photographer Dwight Hiscano to celebrate the scenic beauty of Hunterdon County.

One of Hunterdon County’s greatest attractions is its rural beauty. From rolling farm fields to hidden waterfalls, our county has some of the most beautiful sights in the Garden State. Residents and visitors alike delight in nature’s beauty, and your commitment to land preservation has made sure there are an endless number of great photos to be taken.

On Sunday October 21st Dwight Hiscano will help you take some of those great shots at the Hunterdon Land Trust’s home at the Historic Dvoor Farm (111 Mine Street, on the Route 12 Circle). Join us at 10 a.m. for a slide show of Dwight’s photos followed by a walk around the grounds of the Dvoor Farm. While you walk, Dwight will share tips for taking the best landscape photos.

Registration is $15 and limited to 20 participants. Sign up now by emailing the Hunterdon Land Trust to save your spot!

Photo by Dwight Hiscano

About Dwight Hiscano

Internationally published and highly collected, Dwight Hiscano has been creating images of the natural landscape for nearly thirty years. Having spent much of his childhood exploring the rugged hills of the New Jersey Highlands, Dwight’s love for the outdoors has led to a passionate effort to capture the North American wilderness on film while bringing new perspectives to the art of landscape photography.  An avid outdoorsman and former trustee for the NJ chapter of the Nature Conservancy, he considers landscape photography a valuable tool with which to promote conservation.

Dwight’s photographs are held in numerous corporate collections, including those at AT&T, Atlanticare, Johnson & Johnson, Merck & Co., Merrill Lynch, Oppenheimer, and Pfizer. All five former New Jersey governors, along with former congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen, former congressman James Saxton, and former acting governor Donald DiFranscesco, have been presented with Dwight Hiscano photographs in recognition for their efforts to preserve New Jersey’s open space.

Dwight Hiscano’s images have appeared in The New York Times, Nature’s Best, Outdoor Photographer, Photographic Magazine, and Nature Conservancy Magazine, and have been featured prominently on websites and in books, posters, calendars, note cards, and annual reports both here and abroad. His work has been featured in many group and solo exhibits throughout the New York area. For information regarding limited edition prints, exhibits, workshops, gallery talks, slide presentations or assignments, please visit www.dwighthiscano.com

About the Hunterdon Land Trust

 The Hunterdon Land Trust was founded in 1996 by a group of volunteers concerned with the negative effects of increasing sprawl and the loss of important natural resources and rural landscapes in Hunterdon County. Thanks to their commitment to the natural beauty and environmental health of the county, the land trust has grown and evolved from its original all-volunteer structure into a professional organization with a staff of six.

As the organization has evolved, so has our role within the community. In addition to preserving over 6,300 acres and being a leader in land preservation, the Hunterdon Land Trust has become an innovative steward of natural resources and a respected community partner supporting local food systems.


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