MILFORD - Talli Rosner Kozuch loves cooking in the darkroom. For the globe trotting photographer, the darkroom is her kitchen. Rosner-Kozuch flavors her photos to express the “internal state of mind” on such dishes as gelatin silver prints, platinum prints and photo etchings. Her new exhibit on photos from Mexico opened earlier this month at the 70 NW Photo Gallery in Milford. Born and raised in Israel, Rosner-Kozuch brings an international perspective to her art. Upon graduation, from the Bezalel Art & Design Academy in Jerusalem she began a teaching career that continues today. Patrick Sellitto, Founding Director/CEO of the 70 NW gallery visited her gallery and encouraged her to do a number of exhibits in Milford. In the aftermath of September 11, she relocated her gallery to Tenafly, NJ. Talli’s love of surrealists such as Rene Maigritte, beckoned her to travel the globe in search of dreamlike moments to photograph. In Mexico, she completed a special collection regarding the “Day of the Dead.” Rosner-Kozuch specializes in nighttime photography, often in candle light, enabling her to present the material as a product of the subconscious. The exhibit continues through April 2.