"Photographer & Poet Pair Gifts in New Book", an article in the Wachusett Region Landmark Newspaper

  Ron Rosenstock in front of his exhibition at the Worcester JCC on Salisbury St.

Ron Rosenstock in front of his exhibition at the Worcester JCC on Salisbury St.

If you live in the Wachusett region, then you are lucky enough to be in Ron Rosenstock's neighborhood.  You may have seen a lengthy recent article in the Wachusett Landmark about Ron's new project, "Emptiness". 

"Each morning Holden resident, world traveler, and internationally recognized photographer Ron Rosenstock makes a conscious effort to enjoy the aroma of shaving cream on his face.  It’s a tactic, he said, to tune into the present.

“People are always rushing, always trying to get ahead, but they are missing out on something special,” said Rosenstock, who has devoted his life’s work to creating a contagious appreciation of the earth through photography.

His most recent work and sixth publication, an eBook titled “Emptiness,” provides a kind of meditative experience for the reader. The book pairs his photographs with haikus written in English, Gaelic, and Japanese by internationally renowned poet, Gabriel Rosenstock (who coincidentally has the same last name)."

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