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Tess Poyner: Artist Talk in Narooma Nov 20th

Celebrating the wonderful diversity and natural beauty of our Australian animals the Animals in the Wild exhibition is currently on display in the council foyer and will be on display at Narooma library next week from 19 to 23 November.  

Talented nature photographer photographer Tess Poyner of Dalmeny will give the artists talk at Narooma library, 5pm on 20th November .   In addition to participating in Animals in the Wild, Tess was also a finalist in this years prestigious Australian Geographic Society's Nature Photographer of the Year competition and a runner up in 2017.   Her skill in showcasing the beauty of Australia's natural world is definitely one worth following. 

Exhibition: Animals in the Wild Photography Competition | Narooma

When: Tuesday 19 November 2019, -

Until: Saturday 23 November 2019

Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm and Saturday, 9.30am to 12pm

Where: Narooma Library, Field Street, Narooma

Cost: Free

View the shortlisted entries in this year's Animals in the Wild Photography Competition.

Competition entrants nominate photographs capturing the beauty and diversity of native wildlife in five separate categories.

This year's competition features the addition of a new 'native forest' category, expanding the diversity of native flora and fauna to star in this touring exhibition.

Photos: Tess Poyner of Dalmeny 

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