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DateLine Sunday, 3 June 2007

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A stunning exhibition of photographs to mark World Environmental Day will open at the Colombo Art gallery on the 5th of June and continue until the 8th.

The collection of photographs by various individuals ponder on the many aspects of how environment can be safe guarded and also showing how beautiful the world we live in can be, if we set our minds on preserving it.

The photographic exhibition is organised by ?Haritha Movement? of 09, 1st Lane, Wanatha Road, Gangodawila, Nugegoda.

The organisers hope to use the money generated by selling these photos towards helping some of the poor families that have lost members who had spent their time trying to minimise the confrontation between man and the wild elephant and lost their lives in the process.


 

 

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