Having grown up with a horseman for a father and a photojournalist for a mother, Carlos Eduardo never had to look far for an artistic calling. Like mumsy, the Coral Gables native took up photography and began exhibiting his work about five years ago. The inspiration for his photographs mostly involving scenes of nature and wildlife can be traced back to the early days with dads horses. (Besides, it was his old man who hooked-up a nine-year-old Carlos with his first camera.) An exhibit of Eduardos photos, which are getting the attention of the art world, is open now through April 28 at the Stonewall Library and Archives (1717 N. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale). Call 954-763-8565, or visit www.artsunitedonline.org.
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