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Eight edition of photo exhibition by Photo Journalists Association of Vadodara opens on World Photography Day

Pictures clicked during Corona era highlight the exhibition

Eight edition of photo exhibition by Photo Journalists Association of Vadodara opens on World Photography Day

Corona era shows us some of the most horrific scenes where pictures are died and their last rites were performed by the health teams. However during the lockdown the nature flourish to its supreme beauty. The photo exhibition organized by the Photo journalist Association of Vadodara, captures such pictures during the lockdown and displayed them in the eight edition of their exhibition - Click 8.

One can see the frightening picture of body up in flames inside the crematorium with a skull nearby. And nearby you can see the beauty of nature from the camera lens. Temporary covid treatment facilities, yoga with covid guidelines, distribution of masks, sanitisation machine, labourers sleep on the road with no work, feeding the birds during lockdown, closed shops, people waiting to go to their homes in fear of Corona and lockdown, rathyatra with strict guidelines, vaccination and others are some of the highlights of the exhibition.

The photo exhibition, which has been held for the last eight years, showcases selected photographs taken during the year. On the first day of the three-day exhibition, the dignitaries were overwhelmed by the artistic images and applauded their hard work for the images.

Corona-era, political events-rallies, highlighting social issues, expressing Indian cultural heritage, religious festivals and faiths, sports and nature photographs captured by newspaper photographers are on display.

The exhibition features selected photographs of photojournalists Bhupendra Rana, Ashwin Rajput, Bharat Parekh, Chandan Giri, Vallabh Shah, Jignesh Joshi, Kamlesh Surve, Keyur Bhatia, Kirti Padia, Pranay Shah and Ranjit Surve.

Members of Royal Family, Minister of State for Narmada-Urban Development Yogeshbhai Patel, MP Ranjanben Bhatt and other dignitaries were present on the occasion. All the dignitaries took pictures with the click of a camera in this exhibition held at Kirti Mandir on World Photography Day.

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