February 2, 2003
"Snow pillows," a photograph taken by Wally Emerson at the Baker
Wetlands, is on display at Fields Gallery, 712 Mass.
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You might think of Wally Emerson as a Thoreau of the Baker Wetlands. It's not that he lives a life of seclusion and contemplation in a swamp shanty. But, much like Henry David Thoreau used prose to capture the essence of Walden Pond, Emerson uses photography to chronicle the diverse beauty of the wetlands.