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Near and Far Exhibition

Near and Far is an exhibition by Melbourne photographers Lynne Alderton and Tess Rice. A selection of images in both black and white and colour, the show explores people and place and what it means to belong here, there and everywhere. The images are on show throughout the Geelong Library & Heritage Centre until 8 September.

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