The Richmond Photo Club is currently holding its annual exhibition of members' photographs at the food court rotunda of Lansdowne Centre this week.
This year, the exhibit comprises of about 96 photos by 24 of the members.
"There's no specific theme, it really ranges between still life, landscapes, there's quite a variety," said club member Ann Reiner.
Not all of the club's 60 members have submitted a photo, but for the ones who did, which include Reiner, they've entered four pieces each.
The photo club meets twice a month and offers an opportunity for all levels of photographers to learn from each other and form a sense of community.
It holds competitions amongst the club members with qualified judges, as well as, lectures, workshops and group shoots.
"I joined because I had an interest, but no great knowledge of photography, so I've really learned a lot in the six years," said Reiner.
Due to its membership in the Canadian Association of Photographic Art, the club members participate in competitions across B.C. and Canada.
The exhibit at Lansdowne continues until Sunday, Feb. 24 and is open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday to Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Members of the club will be on hand to greet the public and answer any questions.
For more information on the club, or to join, visit www.richmond-photoclub.com.