Landscape Photographer, Bill Luton, exposes the beauty to one of Tennessee’s most beautiful lakes in the pages of his new book “The Lake” a photographic journey through the seasons on Center Hill Lake.
Click the following link to hear a radio interview with Bill Luton on WJLE
The book is now available for sale and Luton is inviting you to meet him during a book signing this Saturday, January 7 from 4:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at the White Possum Grille on Walnut Street downtown Smithville.
Throughout the changing seasons, from early dawn through dusk, Luton is able to capture an image not often seen or viewed while exploring the lake’s secluded coves.
The lake itself snakes over 60 miles through some of Middle Tennessee’s most noted terrain. Roughly less than 1% of the shoreline has been developed and what has, is mainly for recreational usage.
Rolling hills, steep cliffs, and hidden waterfalls are just a part of what has been experienced and shared in this first series. Migrating waterfowl to human intervention awaits you with just a simple turn of the page.
Shown are 25 images from “The Lake” providing you with samples of the images found within the 48 page book. This hardback book measures 12″ wide by 9″ tall using 80# silk paper, a four color process with a spot gloss varnish to protect and enhance each individual image.
You can preview and order “The Lake” online at www.luton.us