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Aaron Zaremsky in the Glen, where he found most of the subjects for his "Weekly Wildlife" posts. (Photo by Matt Minde)

Aaron Zaremsky in the Glen, where he found most of the subjects for his "Weekly Wildlife" posts. (Photo by Matt Minde)

Where’s my Weekly Wildlife?

If you’ve been waiting, holding your breath for the next breathtaking “Weekly Wildlife” post, we’ve got some disappointing news for you: Aaron Zaremsky, 2006 graduate of YSHS, 2010 graduate of Kenyon College and our erstwhile freelance photographer, is moving on to spend some time on a farm, then makes his way to Austin, Texas, possibly to take classes towards a degree in ecological biology. Or not, as he says.

Aaron’s photographs have enlivened the print edition of the Yellow Springs News, as well as special editions like the Guide to Yellow Springs. His interesting eye always finds an unusual angle for his subjects. When asked to fill a weekly slot on the News Web site, Aaron came up with “Weekly Wildlife,” adding thoughtful comments to his photos of Glen and garden.

The folks at the News wish him all the best, thank him for his distinctive contributions to the paper and Web site, and hope that he may continue with his photography.

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One Response to “Where’s my Weekly Wildlife?”

  1. Yvonne Wingard says:

    Best wishes, Aaron–you’re already missed!!!

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