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Book captures Tampa Bay for one day

Jewel of the West Coast, photograph by Dr. William Carson from One Day Tampa Bay, a book produced by the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts.

Florida Museum of Photographic Arts

Jewel of the West Coast, photograph by Dr. William Carson from One Day Tampa Bay, a book produced by the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts.

The annual One Day Tampa Bay project sponsored by the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is among the best community visual arts events in our region. • Every September on a designated day, amateur and professional photographers shoot whatever engages their eyes and imagination in their roam around the area. The photographs are submitted to a panel that selects about 100 images for publication in the One Day Tampa Bay book. It has recently been published and can be purchased for $40 at the museum, 400 N Ashley Drive, Tampa, or the Oxford Exchange, 320 W Kennedy Blvd., Tampa. Shown is Jewel of the West Coast by Dr. William Carson. (813) 221-2222 or fmopa.org.

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