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Los Alamos landscapes, events around town and a plethora of other subjects have all been photographed and will on display at Mesa Public Library during the Los Alamos Photography Club’s show.
Photographers of all ages, who live or work in Los Alamos, are invited to submit their photos for the 18th annual non-juried show. The pictures should be dropped off at Mesa Public Library from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. March 2. They will remain on display through March 29. Photographers may pick up their photos on March 30. The opening reception will be at 5:30 p.m. March 4.
The show is held each year in March, because according to LAPC member Doug Coombs, “there’s more light in the gallery” during that time.
Coombs said last year’s show featured 125 entries, which was “just about right.” He said the group encourages young people to show their work.
“A past participant is majoring in fine arts and photography,” Coombs said. “Her mom said the show was a good influence.”
The subject matter can be as varied as the size of the photos. There is only one rule for submissions: they must be presentable for the library. There is also a limit on how many entries an individual may submit.
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