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Year's top snaps in QT exhibition

The Ipswich Rugby League Grand Final Reserve Grade Cup match between Goodna Eagles and Fassifern Bombers.
The Ipswich Rugby League Grand Final Reserve Grade Cup match between Goodna Eagles and Fassifern Bombers. David Nielsen

REFLECT on the highlights and major events that took place in Ipswich last year at the QT's Best of 2012 Photography Exhibition, opening next Thursday.

The exhibition will showcase significant and technically brilliant images captured by our team of photographers - Rob Williams, Sarah Harvey, David Nielsen and Claudia Baxter - over the previous 12 months.

"It's a great chance for us to share our favourite images with the community and for people to meet us and have a chat about the past year," chief photographer Rob Williams said.

"Three QT photographers have also been chosen as News Photographer of the Year finalists in the 2012 APN Editorial Awards, which means they're among the six best APN photographers across Australia and NZ."

The opening night is free and open to the public.

It will run from 6pm to 7.30pm at Queens Park Cafe.

Attendees who vote in the people's choice competition will go into the draw to win a dinner for two at the cafe.

Queens Park Cafe is at 10A Merle Finimore Ave in Queens Park.

There will be food and drinks available for purchase.

To book a table for dinner on the night, phone the cafe on 3281 5167.

The exhibition will remain open to the public during the cafe's business hours.

Topics:  claudia baxter, david nielsen, rob williams, sarah harvey




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