Spring is in the air, as evidenced by the photographs of Belfast resident Paula B. Cannon. Participating in her third show at Camden National Bank, 156 Main St., she is exhibiting her poster-sized prints in a show titled “Changing Seasons 1.”

Cannon is self-taught in digital photography, having begun with a simple camera and now working with an SLR digital camera. Her retirement in 2000 as a Massachusetts educator gave her the opportunity to pursue her love of photography. At the time, digital photography was gaining popularity, and she found her niche. Having control throughout the creative process inspired her to pursue this path as a new career.

Cannon currently shares and sells her photos in varying formats from note cards to large poster-sized prints. Asked which scenes she prefers to photograph, she said “I love it all: the simplest flower, a sleek skyscraper, dilapidated buildings and majestic scenery, whatever is to be seen.”

There is an ongoing exhibit of Cannon’s work at the St. Francis Soup Kitchen at the Belfast Center.

VillageSoup Art/Entertainment Editor Dagney Ernest can be reached at 207-594-4401 or by e-mail to dernest@villagesoup.com.