About 130 prints will be displayed alongside unusual greeting cards when Hailsham Photographic Society hosts its Print Exhibition.
The pictures on display from June 17 to 22 have been taken all over the world in locations including Yellowstone, Bolivia, Peru, China, Venice, Tuscany, Zabriskie Point, Scotland, the Lake District and Sussex.
People feature in some of the images - both posed and candid. There are also natural history, architecture, wildlife and domestic pets.
There will be Tribute Panels in memory of John Gozna and Alan Spencer, both longstanding members who sadly died this season.
Dr Colin Tourle is the new society president this year and will be showing images he has taken of cataract patients in Ethiopia while working there on behalf of the medical charity he supports.
Five more members have gained either their Licentiateship or Associateship from the Royal Photographic Society this season.
There will be the chance to vote for your favourite picture and also enter the picture raffle with the opportunity to win your favourite print.
A selection of prints will also be available to purchase.
The range of subjects, techniques and styles - whether colour or black and white - guarantees that there will be something for everyone.
The exhibition is open from 10am to 4pm at the Charles Hunt Centre (Age Concern Building), Vicarage Field, Hailsham, East Sussex.
Free entry, free parking nearby and refreshements available. Contact Liz on 01323 843078. www.hailshamphotographicsociety.co.uk