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October 30,2002

A Moultrie photographer is exhibiting his pictures of Georgia life in his hometown.

Ned Morgan's colorful photographs capture the natural beauty of many Georgia cities like Athens and Moultrie. His work is being shown at the Colquitt County Arts Center. The director says exhibiting a Moultrie native's work has generated a lot of interest.

Art Director Becca Turner says, "Very good whenever we do have someone local's art work featured here people love to come and see it. We've had a steady flow of people through the day."

Ned Morgan now lives in Atlanta. The exhibition will continue until November 22nd.

Posted at 4:00 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com

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