Lorne Koroluk is back at the Ladner Pioneer Library with a new photography exhibition.
He had a show at the same venue last year.
"It's just been a year, but I've learnt more photography and I've done some things that I think have made better pictures," he says. "I think I could go back to some of my pictures from last year and improve on them. It's always a learning process."
The current show is almost entirely composed of new photos.
Koroluk, now retired from the UBC faculty of education, splits his time between Ladner and Saturna Island.
A number of his photos in the new exhibit are of old boats in Ladner Harbour.
"I sort of enjoy these things that look like they've been abandoned, but there's some beauty in them. I like to find it and make them loved again."
Koroluk, a native of Saskatchewan, got his first camera in high school.
"I started shooting and learning and its been a passion ever since."
His prints have earned numerous awards, including a gold NAPA medal (for best in show Vancouver International Exhibition, 1975), a gold CAPA medal (for best in show artShots, 2005), and bronze CAPA medals (for top CAPA club print, 2006 and first place Creative in artShots, 2008), his website states.
The photo exhibit runs at the Ladner Pioneer Library, 4683-51st St., until Dec. 31.