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The Archaeological Museum of Los Baņos hosts until September an exhibition of photographs of nature Julio Angel Romero (17/07/2013)

Up to September 15 will be showcased at the exhibition hall of the Archaeological Museum of Los Banos picture collection "Luz de Mar" by Julio Angel Romero.

On Thursday 11 was inaugurated the photo exhibition on nature "Luz de Mar" where the author, the alhameņo Julio Angel Romero, shows the spectacular nature when it is able to contemplate with serenity and sensitivity.

That's what they are doing this buff on your target capture images for six years, after he made a course organized by the city of Alhama.

The inauguration was led by author and chaired by the Councillor for Culture and Heritage, Carmen Maria Rodriguez, who recalled that last year the Bath Museum started the "dynamic host exhibitions of local photographers during the summer months."

The initiative was aimed at the boost the museum during this time that has many tourist visit (more than 1,300 people during the summer of last year).

Precisely the large number of visitors that records the cultural space alhameņo also a massive opportunity to sample exposures are also explained by the heads of the facility during a visit to the Roman and Arab remains the hot springs of Alhama de Murcia.

Her mentor is William Tacky photographer also shared the passion and often travels.

His love of this art has led him to be part of AEFONA (Spanish Association of Nature Photographers) and devote almost all his spare time to photography, as he himself said.

Some of his works can be seen on their website:

Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia

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