Photography exhibition opens in Lowestoft
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An exhibition showcasing the work of local photographers has opened.
The Lowestoft Photographic Club's annual exhibition opened on Saturday, October 21 at Lowestoft Library, in Clapham Road South.
The showcase lasts for two week and features work which captures the wildlife, landscape and architecture of the local area.
This year's exhibition is centred around the theme of an 'altered reality'.
A spokesman for the photography club said: 'Brian Collins from Beccles, a friend of the club, judged the prints and awarded the top monochrome prize to John Burton for is photograph of the interior The Cathedral of St John the Baptist, Norwich.'
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Photographs on display include Steve Dillon's 'Great Crested Grebe', Carol Soanes' 'Wild Red Fox' and Janet Marsh's 'Will This Pose Do?'.
The Lowestoft Photographic Club, who meet at 7.30pm each Wednesday at the Trinity Methodist Church Hall, in Park Road, say all are welcome to come and join.
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