Terry gets a new angle into photo exhibition
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.
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"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.
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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.