The annual Exhibition of Photography by Hebden Bridge Camera Club gets under way next bank holiday weekend at Hebden Bridge Town Hall.
This popular event will run from Saturday, 27 August until Sunday, 4 September and entry is free to all.
There will be around 50 to 60 framed prints on display of photographs taken by club members and with no set theme there are a range of different subjects covered from natural history to portraits.
The way they were taken differs too as devices varied between mobile phones to high-end digital SLRs.
Anyone viewing the exhibits will be asked if they wish to take part in a vote for their favourite images and the three most popular from last year will be displayed for people to see.
The club has a strong membership but new people of any age are always welcome to visit or join, all that is required is a love of photography.
They meet weekly at the Masonic Hall on Wednesdays at 7:45pm between the beginning of September and the end of April, a new members evening will be held on Wednesday, 21 September for anyone who is interested to see what they think.
The club produces a very popular calendar of Hebden Bridge and district each year and the 2017 version will be on sale at the exhibition, priced at just £5.25.
The exhibition will be opened at 11am on Saturday morning by the Mayor of Hebden Bridge, Coun. Tony Hodgins.
Information about the club can be found on the website: www.hebdenbridgecc.co.uk