John Sarracino
“False Kiva, Canyonlands NP” by John Sarracino was exhibited in the 2016 LAPC show. Courtesy
22nd Annual Photographers Show set for April 3 at Mesa Public Library

Interested in local photography? What about pictures from around the United States or even the other side of the world? The public is invited to view all of this and much more at the 22nd Annual Los Alamos Photographers Show hosted by the Los Alamos Photo Club on April 3-April 28 in the upstairs gallery of the Mesa Public Library. 

The show will start with an April 3 opening. The community is also invited to the April 18 Club walk-through, where the photographers will discuss their images and briefly explain where it was taken, what it is, and what they are trying to convey. 

Both events will allow guests and participants to view submitted works and to interact informally with the photographers.

The show is intended to give people who live and work in Los Alamos a chance to display their photos in a formal setting. 

The content of the images can be diverse, ranging from local to astronomical. The pieces might be displayed for sale or simply for viewing pleasure, depending on the photographer’s goal.