The bird’s eye view of Boston Neary

Boston Neary Nature Photography’s “A Bird’s Eye View of The Beauty of Shelburne Bay, Vermont and Beyond” is on display at All Souls Interfaith Gathering in Shelburne. Courtesy photo
Boston Neary Nature Photography’s “A Bird’s Eye View of The Beauty of Shelburne Bay, Vermont and Beyond” is on display at All Souls Interfaith Gathering in Shelburne. Courtesy photo

Boston Neary Nature Photography’s “A Bird’s Eye View of The Beauty of Shelburne Bay, Vermont and Beyond” is on display at All Souls Interfaith Gathering in Shelburne.

“I am beyond honored to have my first public showing at All Souls Interfaith Gathering,” Neary said. “It is truly one of the most beautiful and peaceful places I have ever been associated with.”

Neary’s love for photography began when she moved to Shelburne Bay five years ago. She was awed by the he diversity of wildlife in front of her window. She saw everything from eagles to great blue heron to Caspian terns, and, of course, the spectacular colors of the sunrises and sunsets reflected off the water of Lake Champlain.

“I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw herons standing right in front of my eyes, and trying to catch a shot with my iPhone was impossible,” she said. “I was definitely winging it when I was taking my first bird shots.”

From the humble start with an iPhone, then moving up to a point and shoot, and then upgrading to several different DSLRs with bigger and bigger lenses later, the love for nature and photography is a passion is now firmly ingrained in her life.
The exhibit will be on display and open to the public at no charge for the month of February. Please call ahead for viewing availability at (802) 985-3819.