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February 06, 2014 at 4:39 PM

Fort Morgan, CO. 02/06/14.   The Morgan County Shutterbug Photography Club recently presented a Photo: "Vigilant" by Sue Hodgson, is now part of MCC’s permanent collection. It will be on display outside the Instructional Office in Aspen Hall on the Fort Morgan campus.framed photograph to Morgan Community College (MCC) for their permanent collection. The portrait, titled "Vigilant," was taken by Sue Hodgson.

“I took the photograph on the north shore of Ireland one cold overcast day where a local farmer had established a display of authentic cabins where families huddled during the terrible potato famine,” says Hodgson. “The Border Collie sat on a large rock on the pathway up the hillside to the somber setting. Friendly and very obedient to his master selling the tickets nearby, he welcomed everyone with the dignity such a display deserved. I was delighted to have had my point and shoot in hand to capture him.”

Hodgson credits her successful photography career to having her camera constantly with her, as well as having been fortunate to be invited to areas many never have an opportunity to see. Her work has been featured in magazines and newspapers nation-wide, and her work has been recognized by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.

For more information about Sue Hodgson, visit www.hodgsonmedia.com.

The Morgan County Shutterbugs Photography Club, which is always seeking new members, meets the first Monday of every month at MCC, room 318 from 6 to 7 p.m.  Those involved participate in photo contests, learn from tutorial videos and pod casts, share their work, and plan for future display events.

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