Nature photos go on display

WINNING a small digital camera several years ago turned Lorraine Aplin into such a photography enthusiast she has decided to put on an exhibition of her work.

Mrs Aplin said she had entered her photographs in several competitions around the district, including at the Bundaberg Show, and had received several highly commended certificates.

“Quite a few people seem to see something in them,” she said.

Also on display at the exhibition will be artworks by Mrs Aplin’s friend Elaine Harris.

“We’ve hired a room in the old School of Arts building and one of the arts society members has volunteered to hang them for us,” Mrs Aplin said.

She said the subjects of her photographs included sunrises, sunsets, jabirus, kookaburras, trees and water lilies.

The exhibition will run from February 25 to 27.



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