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First Years' Framed Images - 39th Photography Exhibition
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The first years' framed images at the 39th Photography Exhibition, Algonquin College. This was the final event of the year for the students to showcase their work.

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Print Room - Algonquin College
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Algonquin C building Hallway
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Algonquin Green Room
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Big Circle
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Tent Interior
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Winter Night Backyard
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Clarke Fields on Canada Day
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Balcony
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Rideau River Dock
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Living Room in Arlington Woods
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Campsite at Dusk
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