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Camera club members show their work at Living Arts and Science Center

A  Harlequin beetle was photographed in Ecuador. It shows the wraparound eyes typical of Cerambycid beetles. Photo by Thomas V. Myers
A Harlequin beetle was photographed in Ecuador. It shows the wraparound eyes typical of Cerambycid beetles. Photo by Thomas V. Myers

More than 100 photographs by members of the Creative Camera Club are on exhibit. The photos include nature, portraits, still-lifes, sports and creative abstract works. The club traces its roots to the Lexington Camera Club of the 1930s, making it one of the oldest in the country. Its purpose is to promote an interest in, and an understanding of, the art and science of photography, for people of all levels of expertise. The club has about 135 members. For more information, go to Creativecameraclub.org.

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