An event being held in Tamworth next month will be a perfect picture of community spirit, talent and generosity.
The Tamworth Camera Club boasts some of the best amateur photographers in regional Australia, and the annual Blue Angel Exhibition will showcase their best works from the past 12 months, and all while raising funds to help locals fight cancer.
Club president Cheryl Randall said the hard part was deciding which photos make the cut, with over 45 members of the club able to submit several photos each.
"It is a great opportunity for members to showcase all their hard work, and for the community to come out and have a look at some great pieces," she said.
"It is also a great way for the club to help a local charity, and local people."
The exhibition, at Inspirations Gallery, will run for a week starting October 11.
Tickets to the opening night are $20 and include drinks and nibbles, while entry for the remainder of the week will be a gold coin donation.
Over 15 club members will have their prize pieces hung, and will also be on hand to speak about their work on the opening night.
"We don't have any restrictions on categories, and all pieces will be available for sale to the public," Mrs Randall said.
The Tamworth Camera Club meets on the first and fourth Tuesday of every month at Diggers, with new members, of all ages, experience and equipment welcome.