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Camberwell Camera Club (CCC), in conjunction with the Camberwell Traders' Association, is running a photographic exhibition between Saturday 19th July and Sunday 3rd August 2014. This follows on from a successful photography competition and exhibition held at Camberwell Junction in 2013 to celebrate the CCC's 60th birthday.
One of the photos in the exhibition: 'Queen Street Bridge at Sunrise' by Ken Spence (CCC President)
CCC will present an exhibition of around 130 quality images across the lower Camberwell Junction precinct (i.e. those shops, restaurants and cafes in Riversdale and Camberwell Roads that are immediately either side of the Junction). Exhibition photographs will be hung inside shop windows.
CCC is a well-established camera club with extensive depth and skill amongst its members, including a number of internationally recognised photographers.
An example of an image from a CCC member: 'Rhyll Sunrise' by Wolf Marx (CCC Vice President)
While the exhibition is running, you will have the opportunity to participate in a 'photo trail quiz'. This will involve answering 10 easy questions about the photos on display for the chance to win prizes. Collect your trail quiz sheets from Degani in Camberwell, located at 536 Riversdale Road, Camberwell, or on the Camberwell Traders' website.
The exhibition opening is at 11am on Saturday 19th July, with balloons on display along the exhibition trail. Balloons and quiz sheets will be handed out throughout the precinct.
So take a wander around Camberwell Junction and look out for the CCC images! The exhibition is free, and because the photos are displayed in shop windows, you can view them at any time.
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Another photographic work by a CCC member: 'Alms Bowls' by Ken Spence (CCC President)