A new exhibition featuring the history of photography in the Bega Valley is a must see for anyone with an interest in the art form.
Most of the equipment and photographs on show inside the Bega Pioneers Museum exhibition come from the collection of the late Kevin Tetley.
Mr Tetley was a professional photographer and an avid collector of camera technology.
“Kevin was a keen historian himself in an amateur way,” Bega Valley Historical Society president Peter Rogers said this week.
“He was also president of the historical society at one point, and he’s left behind a collection of cameras, and also a collection of history itself.
“Anyone interested in photography should come and visit.”
The museum is open Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.