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Deal and District Camera Club holds its exhibition of 2014

23 July 2014
by Jo Roberts

Stunning local views are among the works by Deal and District Camera Club’s annual photographic exhibition this weekend.

The awe-inspiring images will be on display at the Landmark Centre in Deal High Street this Saturday, July 26 and Sunday, July 27 between 10am and 4pm.

There will be around 180 photographs on display, encompassing a diverse range of genres.

B-52 Sally B taken by Paul Glanville

B-52 Sally B taken by Paul Glanville

Member Julie Foreman said: “Photography takes me to places locally and further afield that are awe inspiring and when tingles run down my spine due to the atmosphere or beauty of a place or person or thing, I know I need to get my camera out. The diversity of the images and different genres displayed will provide inspiration and ‘wow’ moments to the viewer.

Julie added: "Belonging to a photography club provides inspiration in viewing others' work and in sharing ideas and new techniques, along with the social interaction of equally passionate people for the art of photography.

The Royal Palais in Paris by Julie Foreman

The Royal Palais in Paris by Julie Foreman

"We are hoping to attract new members to enable us to share our enthusiasm and various skills we have within our club."

Entry is free and any funds raised will go towards the club's chosen charity for this year, the Kent Air Ambulance.  

Margate Sands by Janine Ball

Margate Sands by Janine Ball

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