Ten fantastic images from York photographers – at the opening of the exhibition

Powering Through by Andy Towse

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Powering Through by Andy Towse

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These amazing images are just a few of the images currently featured in a new exhibition.

They were all taken by members of the Bishopthorpe Camera Club. More than 60 of their photographs have been exhibited in the foyer and café of the York Theater Royal.

The show almost didn’t happen, as club president Andy Towse explained.

Sunset over Llanddwyn Island

“Two years ago we were setting up an exhibit, but with the ‘joys’ of the pandemic things got more and more problematic, to the point of being devastating by canceling all of our plans,” Andy said.

“However, we have now managed to sort things out and have put together an exhibition of photographs in a mix of genres, including landscape, nature, wildlife, architecture, street and creation – as well as additional digital projected images. “

Serene by David Kessel

“We are really excited to share our photographs with a wider York audience as the club has definitely provided focus, interest, support and a sense of community, especially over the past two years for our members who live in and around York. .

“With the onset of Covid in early 2020, we were concerned that our membership numbers would drop dramatically. However, quite the opposite has happened with the opportunity to receive lectures from incredibly talented and articulate photographers. of the whole world.

You can see the free exhibit at the York Theater Royal until Saturday January 22

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