Havre photographer featured at Clack Museum
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Cecil Durbin bought his first 35mm camera while stationed in Germany with the U.S. Army. He immediately fell in love with photography, not realizing at the time that he would develop a real passion for it later.
When his youngest son, Paul, was 10, he wanted and received a camera for his birthday. He loved taking pictures of anything and everything. They were soon taking field trips together and reading anything that would help them become better photographers.
After moving to Havre in 1986, Durbin became very serious about photography as a hobby and took correspondence courses to improve h...