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Cool photos from LMC photo class

Reflections, Embarcadero Center~Randy Hake
Randy Hake made this photo "Reflections, Embarcadero Center" as part of an assignment in the "Survey of Digital Photography" (ART 72) class. It first place in its division at the Northern California Council of Camera Clubs competition. Pretty cool, huh?

But wait! There's more! This semester's photo class has a Flickr Photo Pool. Here's a slide show of the work students have uploaded to Flickr and sent to the LMC pool.

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