Photography society to hold exhibition in Harpenden

PUBLISHED: 14:48 16 April 2018 | UPDATED: 14:48 16 April 2018

'Lone Tree, Glen Etive' by Paul Johnson.

'Lone Tree, Glen Etive' by Paul Johnson.

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The Harpenden Photographic Society is holding its annual exhibition later this month to showcase the “inspirational” work of local photographers.

'Male Tiger Cub' by Peter Whitehead.'Male Tiger Cub' by Peter Whitehead.

The free exhibition will be held from 10am to 4.30pm on Saturday, April 21 at High Street Methodist Church, and features landscape, portrait and macro (close-up) photography depicting a variety of topics from sport and the street to the natural world.

Chairman Peter Stevens said: “The society’s annual exhibition is a wonderful showcase of the very best work of our local photographers, many of whom are award-winning, and they will be displaying the best images from their portfolios.

“Following last year’s record attendance figures, this year’s exhibition promises to be even bigger, and we’re very excited to once again welcome everyone to come along and take a look.”

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