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Exhibition of ‘creative’ pictures from photography group launches at Havering Museum

PUBLISHED: 12:00 27 September 2017

The Havering Museum Photographic Group. Picture: Ellen Owen

The Havering Museum Photographic Group. Picture: Ellen Owen

Ellen Owen

For the past year, a group of amateur photographers have been capturing the world around them in a snapshot and now their work forms part of an exhibition.

An exhibition of work from the Havering Museum Photographic Group has launched. Picture: Gordon MayAn exhibition of work from the Havering Museum Photographic Group has launched. Picture: Gordon May

More than 120 images of wildlife, flowers, architecture, landscapes and portraits have been taken by the Havering Museum Photographic Group and are proudly hanging in the museum in High Street, Romford, for all to see.

Group facilitator Peter Owen said: “Each year the group amaze me with the type of pictures they take and how creative they are with their cameras.

“This is a fun, non-competitive group and we go out and about doing photo shoots, which is all great fun.

“I would recommend people come along and be inspired or even consider joining the group.

An exhibition of work from the Havering Museum Photographic Group has launched. Picture: Sylvia SorrentoAn exhibition of work from the Havering Museum Photographic Group has launched. Picture: Sylvia Sorrento

“You don’t have to be an expert just have a digital camera and like making new friends and learning from others.”

The exhibition is on until November 4.

Visit haveringmuseum.org.uk


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