LITHGOWFOTO 2012 is coming to an end with the final day to view the exhibition this Sunday at Lithgow’s Eskbank House.
Members of the PCYC Lithgow Photography Group held their official opening with about 50 people attending.
An enjoyable afternoon was had by all with Norm McFarlane doing the honours in opening the exhibition.
He got everyone’s attention telling all about his beginnings in photography, the advancement to where we are today with digital photography and his continued love for photography, the stories that images tell and the history they record.
He praised the work of PCYC Lithgow Photography Group and confirmed that the passion of all within such groups with the same interest-hobby is a great avenue to improve and advance one’s skills.
Group coordinator Wendy Hawkes thanked Mr McFarlane for his presence and for opening the exhibition.
She also commended the group for the combined effort putting together the exhibition and the excellence in presentation.
She thanked all who joined them for the official opening, and reminding all of the beauty and historical value of Eskbank House to Lithgow, inviting everyone to enjoy the surrounds while visiting the exhibition.
LithgowFoto 2012 PCYC Lithgow Photography continue to showcase their best photos.
The exhibition will be come to an end on Sunday, the last day you will have the opportunity to view the exhibition.
It is being held at the historical Eskbank House and Museum on the corner of Inch and Bennett Street Lithgow.
Opening hours at Eskbank House to view the exhibition are Wednesday to Sunday 10am to12.30pm and 1pm to 4pm.
The exhibition theme is ‘Best Photo of each Photographer’.
It features a range of photos taken by the members of the group from the beautiful area we live within, images of Lithgow and surrounds, landscapes, historical sites, sunrise and sunsets, street scenes, animals and many other subjects to showcasing their individual photographic talents.
The photography group is reminding anyone interested in joining the group or simply coming along to have a chat and see what it is all about that they are more than welcome.
Wendy Hawkes said members are a group of all levels of ability and welcome everyone so for more information contact the PCYC or Wendy Hawkes.
The exhibition print photographs will be available to be purchased at reasonable prices.
Contact Wendy Hawkes on 0400 360 355 or Eskbank House Museum on (02) 6351 3557 for more information.