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Picture this ... nature on display
Grave Yard, taken at Menindee Lakes, NSW.

From squid schools to a lightning strike, Albany residents have the opportunity to see unique aspects of nature.

The annual ANZANG Nature Photography exhibition kicks off its WA tour with a display at WA Museum Albany.

ANZANG features work from nearly 100 nature photographers, taken in Australia, New Zealand, Antarctica and New Guinea. WA Museum Albany regional manager Rachael Wilsher-Saa she was “delighted” to share the exhibition with the community.

A WA scuba diver won the overall prize for a picture of a squid school feeding in Indonesia.

The exhibition, owned and run by the South Australian Museum, is on display at the WA Museum Albany from now to February 3, before the show heads to Kalgoorlie and Fremantle.

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