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For the past several years, the Los Alamos Photography Club has helped promote the appreciation of photography in Los Alamos County. This year is no different, as the LAPC, in conjunction with Mesa Public Library, hosts the 16th Annual Los Alamos Photographers’ Show.
Local photographer TK Thompson started the LA Photographers’ Show about 16 years ago. Doug Coombs, a member of the LAPC, has been involved with the show for several years and said Thompson does a lot of black and white photography. He has some of his work on exhibit at a local bank and used to show his photos in Nambé and Tesuque.
Coombs said the show is open to anyone who would like to display their photographs, however, there is a limit to 120 pieces, as the show is on display in the upstairs rotunda of Mesa Public Library and space there is limited.
A variety of subjects are displayed, ranging from landscapes to rodeo photos and animals to photos from trips overseas.
“It’s whatever people want to put up,” Coombs said.
Some of the exhibitors are LAPC members, but that’s not a requirement for this show.
“The show is open to people who live and work in Los Alamos, high school age and above,” Coombs said.
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