In glorious weather on Sunday in the Southern Riverina, the Finley and District Camera Club and the Benalla Camera Club joined forces to capture the beauty of the region.January 23, 2014 4:18am
Models, motorbikes and even a Rolls Royce joined the numerous photographers who were involved in the action at Cobram’s Thompson’s Beach.
Models posed in casual and summer wear to the backdrop of Thompson’s Beach and Harley Davidson bikes.
Andrew Goldman’s, Craig Sullivan’s and Ross Macartney’s Harley Davidsons, Blake Macartney’s Suzuki motorcycles and Roy Ryder’s 1981 Rolls Royce all proved to be popular backdrops for the annual shot.
The century-old Cobram Barooga Bridge was the backdrop for the Rolls Royce.
The photographic day is an annual event for the two clubs.
The Finley and District Camera Club meets at the Finley RS Club on the second Thursday of each month, at 7.30pm.
The club’s next meeting will be held on February 13 and new members are welcome.
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