Photo Credit: Jim Brown, High Plains Reflections

Casper is about to play host to its newest photo gallery.

“High Plains Reflections Gallery is pleased to announce their opening in Casper, at 337 West Yellowstone, on Friday, November 10,” a release from the gallery stated.

“After five years on Main Street in Riverton, Wyoming and working with other galleries in South Dakota, Montana, Utah and Colorado; opening this gallery in Casper, our home for 30-plus years, is a big treat,” the statement continued. “Come in and see nature photos from the western U.S and the world.”

The gallery will feature a wide array of photographs, including landscapes, nature photography, black and white photography, “feathered friends,” photographs from Africa and more.

This new photo gallery is the brainchild of professional photographer Jim Brown, who has spent years perfecting his craft and capturing moments with the eye and the heart of a true artist.

“For over 45 years, I have enjoyed the nature of the world,” Brown wrote on the High Plains Reflections website. “Born and raised in the country of the Teton Mountains, Devils Tower, and great high plains, I’ve never been in want of something to photograph; my first camera, given to me by parents on my eleventh birthday, a Kodak Browning, instilled in me a higher love for nature and photography. It started first with my father, who, when I was old enough to follow along, taught me of the behavior and habits of wildlife.

“Throughout my youth, I would spend countless hours in the Wyoming wilderness hunting, fishing, tracking, and photographing nature. After starting a family, I spent several years working through the day and taking photography classes at night. Studying under some of the top photographers of our time Jay Maisel, Tom Mangelsen and many more, I’ve worked to bring the life of nature to those who took the trails less traveled.”

Those trails will be open to anybody who sets foot in the new gallery, which will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday.

For more information about High Plains Reflections, store hours and more, visit the gallery website or follow the gallery on Facebook.

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