Fred Gornall is one of nine local photographers to be featured at next weekend's Nature Exposed Photo Exposition.

Nature exposed at Harrison photo weekend

Gornall and others on display in annual photography show

Tourism Harrison and the Harrison Resort and Spa have combined to sponsor a Photo Weekend in Harrison Hot Springs.

The public is invited to attend a number of free events including this year’s Nature Exposed Photo Exhibition, where nine local photographers will be presenting their work in the Canada Room of the Harrison Resort and Spa, on Nov. 24 and 25, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

“The theme of our show will be wildlife with an emphasis on bald eagles but as our exhibitors are all from the Upper Fraser Valley I expect there will also be a number of  images of local scenes and other local subjects,” says show co-organizer Fred Gornall.

“There will be a good selection of framed, ready to hang pictures as well as lots of matted, frame ready prints. There will also be a selection of greeting cards, including some Christmas Cards depicting local scenes.”

For more information or for details on other photo weekend events, including workshops by Nature Photographer Graham Osborne and a presentation by Naturalist David Hancock visit www.tourismharrison.com.

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