Photos close to the heart

Our Place, Our Lives this weekend

ENTRIES ARE IN: Our Place, Our Lives project manager Meg Ellis (left) with Euroa photographer Natasha Brown, who is holding an image she has entered in this year’s competition. PHOTO: Courtesy of Strathbogie Shire Council

BUDDING photographers have until the end of today to submit their entries to a worthwhile public exhibition in Euroa.

The third annual Our Place, Our Lives photography exhibition is on again and is aimed at young Strathbogie Shire residents aged 12-25, giving them a voice in their community to express their thoughts, ideas and concepts behind a camera lens.

There are nine categories to choose from including macro, people, landscape, animals, weather/seasons, digitally edited, historic buildings and black and white.

There is also an open subject category for participants aged 12 years and under to encourage those younger residents to get involved in a new hobby.

Our Place, Our Lives is a project that has been developed and run by youth for youth from the beginning and the exhibition’s opening night will be held on Saturday at the Euroa Butter Factory.

Close to 100 entries have been received so far this year, with a few more expected by the end of the day.

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