Scenes From 24th Annual Los Alamos Photographer’s Show Opening Event In Gallery At Mesa Public Library

The 24th Annual Los Alamos Photographer’s Show opened Monday evening in the gallery at Mesa Public Library. The show features the images of 26 photographers exhibiting 154 photographs of exotic animals and locations from all over the world and at home. The show rums through April 27. Photo by John McHale/

The gallery was well attended Monday for the opening. Photo by John McHale/

Doris Ford stands by her photo of a Blue Footed Booby taken in the Galapagos Islands. Photo by John McHale/

Janet Harry views a photo entitled ‘Got My Goat’ by photographer Bev Cooper taken in Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia. Photo by John McHale/

Photographer John Sarracina stands by his photo entitled Aarti Performer taken in Nepal. Photo by John McHale/

Leigh House adjusts a photo to make sure it is perfectly straight. Photo by John McHale/

Gabe Katko talks about his photo of the Minnesota Vikings Stadium. Photo by John McHale/

Local photographer Marc Bailey explains to a group of onlookers at the show how he used his cellphone and a negative filter to take the picture of a tree in Urban Park. Photo by John McHale/

Jazlunn Maestas appears mesmerized by photos of animals taken by Richard Gonzales. Photo by John McHale/

Skip Wecksung, left, a Monitor photographer and Ken Hanson a frequent contributor to the Los Alamos Daily Post square off in a camera duel Monday in the gallery at Mesa Public Library. Photo by John McHale/