Crosby Camera Club’s annual photography exhibition opens

One of the images on display - Liverpool street scene 2 by Stephen Lang
CROSBY Camera Club has announced its annual photography exhibition will open for public viewing from tomorrow. The gallery event will be unveiled on Tuesday, August 22, in the reading room at Crosby Central Library where visitors will be able to enjoy a selection of the club’s best work, displayed in print. The exhibition, which is open for six weeks, will this year feature over 100 images with both colour and black-and-white photography on display, including ‘Print of the Year’ winners. Margaret Quayle, President of Crosby Camera Club, said: “Every year our photography club shows its best work in print and I’m thrilled to announce the opening of our 2017 exhibition. “It’s a great pleasure to be able to invite members of the public to come and enjoy some of the excellent images produced by members of Crosby Camera Club during the 2016-2017 season. “We’re extremely grateful to the management and staff of Crosby Library for providing the space for this exhibition. “And, with a brand new season starting in September, hopefully we can inspire budding local photographers and perhaps attract some new members to the club.” Founded in 1950, Crosby Camera Club has been part of the local community for almost 70 years. Meetings are held every Wednesday, from 8-10pm, from the first week of September to the last week of April at Crosby Central Library’s Small Lecture Room (where election polling takes place), on Crosby Road North, Waterloo. The 2017 Print Exhibition will be open for viewing during the library’s normal opening hours. Further details about Crosby Camera Club and the 2017 Print Exhibition are available at the club’s website: www.crosbycameraclub.net.