How 98-year-old photographer Thelma Pepper captured the extraordinary in the ‘ordinary women’ of Saskatchewan | CBC Radio
Thelma Pepper didn’t pick up a camera until she was 60. But in the four decades since then, she has published four books of photography, and her work has been exhibited widely. Pepper, 98, has dedicated her late-found career to capturing the lives of Saskatchewan farm wives, residents of rural Prairie communities and seniors in nursing homes – people often overlooked by society.
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