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If you haven’t stopped to admire a few icy blue Columbines or watched a Praying Mantis creep across a bed of flowers, the opportunity to view these artistic snapshots is approaching.The Los Alamos Photography Club and the Mesa Public Library are hosting the 13th Annual Los Alamos Photography Show. An opening reception will be held from 5-7:30 p.m. Monday in the Mesa Public Library Art Gallery. The public is invited to come view more than 120 photographs taken by people who live or work in Los Alamos, and to meet the photographers. Door prizes will be awarded at the reception.Carol LaDelfe, president of the club, encourages people to attend the show. Our past shows have exhibited some really beautiful photos and I expect the same at this show,” LaDelfe said.She added the photography not only reveals the beauty in the world but the talent located in the Los Alamos community. LaDelfe said the photographers participating in the show enjoy the experience of taking pictures, and “we would like the community to enjoy what we have taken as well.”The show is not juried; the pieces in the exhibit were chosen by the photographers. LaDelfe said the pictures cover a wide range of places and topics.Visitors to the library can go upstairs and see the photos for the entire month of February. The show will run through March 1.