Caddo Lake is a magical, near mythical, natural lake and bayou in east Texas. The shallow lake has hundreds, if not thousands, of giant cypress trees covered in Spanish moss both along the shore and in the water swamps. Wanting to capture the trees’ reflections in the water, so I was there at sunrise, hoping for few boaters and still waters. I got my wish with a lake surface that looked like glass.
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To serve as a focal point for creators and appreciators of all forms of photography through education, mentorship, exhibitions, and community outreach.
DCP is a 501c3 nonprofit organization EIN #83-0954032.
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DCP wants to ensure that photography has a place to call home in the thriving arts scene of North Texas and welcomes all creators and appreciators of photography. We invite you to take a class, become a member, see an exhibition or attend one of our many events.