Terry gets a new angle into photo exhibition

PUBLISHED: 13:12 05 October 2006 | UPDATED: 14:50 12 May 2010

Terry Hartga with some of his photographs on display at an exhibition at Royston and District Museum - Pic: Daniel Wilson 1938DW22

Terry Hartga with some of his photographs on display at an exhibition at Royston and District Museum - Pic: Daniel Wilson 1938DW22

A UNIQUE exhibition of photographs has been launched at the Royston and District Museum. Terry Hartga has on display a whole range of photographs taken over recent years. His work is unique because he takes everyday objects and looks at them from a differ

A UNIQUE exhibition of photographs has been launched at the Royston and District Museum.

Terry Hartga has on display a whole range of photographs taken over recent years.

His work is unique because he takes everyday objects and looks at them from a different angle.

This is seen in his photograph of iron work seen around Royston and the detail in a picture of the Flying Scotsman.

"I just like to take a different view of objects and then use light and shade to give the photograph a touch of drama," said Terry during a preview of the exhibition on Friday evening.

His enthusiasm for steam engines certainly shows in the photographs on display.

But there are other pictures, too, of different objects and places.

The exhibition will run at the museum until November 25.

- The museum is open Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 10am-4.45pm.


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