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'Frozen Photographers' Put on Show 3 Years in the Making

Updated: 03/08/2014 12:25 AM
Created: 03/07/2014 8:40 PM WDIO.com

Two dozen local photographers gathered on Friday to put on a show that was years in the making.

Jamie Rabold of Duluth started a Facebook group called "Frozen Photographers" nearly three years ago. The only prerequisite for membership is to occasionally shoot in a cold climate. The group is currently composed of more than 700 photographers from four countries.

On Friday, 24 of the group members showed their work at an exhibit hosted by the Duluth Photography Institute.

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