Both Dave Austin and Scott Sughrue worked with Andrew Curry Green at Wah-Tut-Ca Scout Reservation in the 1980's. Their love of nature and interest in photography have strong roots in the summers they spent at camp with Andrew.

Together, they decided to create a 'gallery' of images to raise money to support "The Andrew Curry Green Boathouse" project.

Shown, left to right: Dave Austin, Irena Danys - former owner of
Awakenings Espresso Cafe, and Scott Sughrue.

Dave Austin's entire family worked at Wah-Tut-Ca in the mid-1980's and they all knew Andrew well.

At summer camp, Dave worked at the Ecology-Conservation area helping to teach Scouts about the natural world around them. Dave later went on to work as a National Park Ranger in various parts of the country.

Dave, an avid birder, has captured amazing images of birds thoughout North America.

Dave and his wife Sue had lived in New Hampshire and share their love of nature with their three wonderful children.

Scott Sughrue remembers taking lots and lots of slides at summer camp for the camp promotion slide shows. Andrew and Scott were Camp Promotions Chairmen together, and traveled to many Boy Scout meetings across the region to promote the summer camp they loved so much.

It was through this experience that Scott really developed a love for photography, and the summer camp offered so many wonderful opportunities to photograph.

Scott had joined the Merrimack Valley Camera Club in North Andover. He recently redesigned their website and welcomes anyone who might be interested in joining.

Scott enjoys photographing 'rustic stuff' such as barns, weathered wood, wagon wheels, etc., waterfalls, and nature shots. And he fondly remembers the beautiful Wah-tut-ca sunsets over Northwood Lake viewable anywhere from the shores of summer camp.

Other photographs by Scott Sughrue are at RiverbendDigital.com and his Architectural Photography can be seen at scottsughrue.com.

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for supporting "The Andrew Curry Green Boathouse"
which is completed and was dedicated to Andrew on August 2, 2008.

You can still contribute directly to the Key Foundation General Fund or
specify a donation to the Andrew Curry Green Lake Swim
.

Questions about these photos? Contact Scott or 978.851.6146.

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