The Norwalk Camera Club will host a talk by international documentary photographer Daryl Hawk, "Forever Wild" at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 12, at Weston Public Library, 56 Norfield Road.

Hawk will show photographs he took of Oregon's landscapes while traveling this past July with his son, Justin, 17, throughout the state primarily on back roads, according to a release.

The documentary, to be featured in the January issue of Shutterbug Magazine, will include the Oregon coast, Columbia Gorge, Mount Hood, Crater Lake National Park, Central Oregon and lava lands and the northern California redwood country.

For the past 25 years, Hawk, who has photographed some of the earth's most remote places, has also been a travel writer and lecturer whose articles and photographs often appear in magazines worldwide.

He has also been featured several times on NBC's "Today Show" and Fox 5 television.

He is a member of the Explorers Club and a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.

He has also published three photography books -- "Distant Journeys," "Quiet Moments" and "White Pond."

He is the former host and producer of the cablevision television show "The Unconventional Traveler" and owner of Hawk Photography in Wilton.

The club, founded in 1943, provides a forum for both professional and amateur photographers, as well as local, regional and national organizations.

For information, contact Craig Perry at 203-981-0192 or