The St. Louis Camera Club’s 100th Anniversary Photography Exhibit opened this last Friday (Feb 7) at the Sheldon Gallery/Concert Hall
(3648 Washington Blvd)
Molly and I attended and were blown away with the quality and creativity of the 50 images on display. When you see all the fine photography of the club members on a weekly basis, you tend to get a bit ‘jaded’. When you see the images printed and displayed in a gallery setting, you truly get to see just how good the members of the club really are at the art of photography.

After seeing all the great images on display, it makes having one of my images included in the exhibit a true honor.
The image below shows Molly and an escapee from Madam Tussaud’s with the image in the exhibit. I guess we can blame Carolyn Schleuter for suggesting we go photograph the horse races for the assault on “art” 🙂

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