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.
Book captures Tampa Bay for one day
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