Oklahoma kids view nature through photographic lens

A pilot program in Oklahoma for Parks in Focus put digital cameras into the hands of 24 Boys & Girls Club kids to help them learn about nature and photography.

By Heather Warlick Modified: November 5, 2012 at 3:22 pm •  Published: November 6, 2012
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When you put a camera in the hands of a child, bugs that once seemed scary become interesting subjects. A creepy grass snake slithering by a tree seems a little less threatening through the camera’s lens. Prickly cactuses, sunsets and rises, all look a little different through a viewfinder.

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