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At a reception, club president Marilyn Meredith presented the awards to the winners selected by judge Elden Weber.
Olga Trudgian and her grand-daughter Charli, who at 12 has already developed a love of photography.
Writer Thomas Nazario and photographer Renee C. Byer have collaborated on 'Living On a Dollar a Day,' a project dedicated to the marginalized group of people often shoved under society's rug.
Calling all budding photographers - you only have two weeks left to submit your creative pics of Lurgan Park to be in with a chance to win Craigavon Borough Council's prestigious photography competition.
Photographer Ji Mizell created 'Autumn Love,' which is a series dedicated to the romance that ripens in the season of change.
Our speakers programme for 2014-15 kicks off with Leslie Barker's How we got to Wing: Its Saxon Church in context on May 21. Leslie is an architect based in Tring.
RICHARD DENNARD/Special to the Ledger-Enquirer Richard Dennard calls "Door 1," on a now-demolished abandoned warehouse near the Liberty Theatre, his favorite photo among the 42 in his exhibit, "Columbus … a Personal Look at a Familiar Place."
Meryl Truett's "Sheldon Ruins" is part of her exhibit "Relics, Ruins and Artifacts," at the Savannah Law School on display through April 27. Meryl Truett's "Ossabaw Gates" is part of her exhibit "Relics, Ruins and Artifacts," at the Savannah Law School on display through April 27. Meryl Truett's "Tree with Ruin" is part of her exhibit "Relics, ... (more)
Mascots, an egg hunt and photos of the Easter Bunny are part of 'Bunnyville' at the Detroit Zoo.
Woodland Trust and University of Hertfordshire is inviting residents to Unearthed, a one day exhibition of images taken by First Year Photography students from the university, inspired by the natural world.
On Friday, April 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Belfast Co-op CafA©, there will be a free wine tasting of highlighted seasonal wines and the opening for Marty Saccone's photography exhibit, "New England Originals: Seascapes and Landscapes with a Down East Maine Perspective."
Nordic countries aren't known for their mild climates. Whether it's the near-mythic winter darkness of the Scandinavian "polar night," or the periods of 24-hour light that characterize the Midnight Sun, this is a region of stark contrasts.
This stunning photography series by Maja Topcagic reflects the beauty of nature in each of her subjects.
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The bachelor apartment exemplifies a crucial, yet ephemeral, moment in a man's life.
Do children gorge on too much chocolate at Easter - and are there better gifts than eggs? Photo by Andreas-photography via Flickr Children everywhere will be stuffing their faces with chocolate come Easter Sunday, but is giving eggs the right thing to do? If parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and everyone else give eggs to the kids in their ... (more)