GALLERY: Our week through the lens March 14, 2014, 2:50 p.m. A selection of photographs from Fairfax newsrooms around the NSW South East. GALLERY: Our week through the lens NOWRA: Bomaderry High School year 11 student Jacob Cameraon was one of 70 Shoalhaven students who took part in the Shoalhaven Professional Business Association’s Snap Shot Day this week. MERIMBULA: About 4000 people flocked to the shores of Merimbula Lake on Sunday to partake of the wide selection of foods and beverages on offer at the EAT Merimbula food festival and the local beautiful, fat oysters were a sure fire hit with the crowd. ULLADULLA: All wearing pink for their equestrian events at vthe weekend’s Milton Show were sisters Jorjah, Molly and Tilly Drysdale from Brooman. ULLADULLA: Spinning and weaving up a storm as they showed off old skills at the Milton Show were Murramarang Spinners members Claire Milner and Susan Curran. ULLADULLA: Anthony Attard from the Hawkesbury Working Kelpie Stud and his dog Buck keep the sheep moving during a popular display in the Milton Show. ULLADULLA: There will be plenty of action in an on the water at Ulladulla this weekend at the Mollymook Outrigger Canoe Club hosts the Outrigger Canoe Marathon State Titles on Saturday and Sunday. ULLADULLA: New Milton Promotions Incorporated president Andy Mathers is looking for new ideas to market the town and attract more visitors. BEGA: WorkCover's Bega district coordinator Donna Salway (left) discusses transport worker safety with Ray Collins and Vina Dunham from RMC Freighters BEGA: Police from the Far South Coast Local Area Command uncover around $500,000 worth of cannabis and two unregistered firearms in a recent Bega Valley operation. BEGA VALLEY: Pip magazine founder Robyn Rosenfeldt is a local proponent for the permaculture movement. BERMAGUI: Four Winds chairwoman Sheena Boughen says audiences are in for a world-class treat when they hear performances in the newly completed Windsong Pavilion. BEMBOKA: Emma Cook of Bemboka won the decorated or pet rock eight years and under class at the Bemboka Show. BEGA VALLEY: Joining Colleen Barrett in her new fully converted Kia Carnival are members of the Wyndham Hymn Singers (back row, from left) Nancy Grant, Norma Wright, Colleen’s grandmother Barbara Brand, Andy Cross, (front) Aileen Trezise and Alice Elton. BEGA: International Women's Day scholarship winners Mikayla Larkham and Kieran Hay (with certificates) are congratulated by BVSC's Emma Benton and last year's recipient Siobhan Linehan BERMAGUI: Enjoying the sights and sounds of the Bermagui Seaside Fair are (from left) Lucia Battye, Lucy Whalan and Sophie Whalan. NOWRA: North Nowra Public School principal Julie Ashby, breakfast club co-ordinator Bronwyn Payne, Brian Hanley from Manildra and breakfast club co-founder Rae Thomson with students Tommy Ganatra, Lenai Spender, Danielle Molloy and Layla Volpatti are excited at the financial boost given to the school’s breakfast club. KIAMA: Andrew Seamons from Kiama Downs has experienced ongoing difficulties connecting to the NBN, more than six months after he signed up. Picture: DANIELLE CETINKSI COOMA: Cooma’s Showgirl Millie Mitchell was presented with a bouquet of flowers by Snowy Hydro executive officer Ian Cooke at the opening of the 139th Cooma Show. KIAMA: Kiama’s leaning memorial arch has received State Government funding to help with repairs. Pictured are Kiama Jamberoo RSL branch's Ian Pullar (left) and Dennis Seage right with Member for Kiama Gareth Ward. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSON COOMA: Cooma University Centre coordinator Zoe Dawson helps Snowy Hydro chairman Bruce Hogan and Cooma mayor Dean Lynch cut the Centre’s first birthday cake at a special community celebration. The Centre now has 83 enrolled students. NOWRA: Sarah Rowcroft and Dean Scicluna with their children who can no longer call a small motel room at the Bounty Motor Inn home. Shoalhaven councillors voted to stop the facility offering emergency housing. NAROOMA: Australian Seabird Rescue rescuer John Mendham takes Batemans Marine Park ranger Justin Gilligan for a spin around the inlet on one of two new hovercraft used for rescues. TILBA: My Kitchen Rules fans would have caught Sydney chef Colin Fassnidge on last night's episode - well here he is prepping the second course of Hayley Abbott's yellowfin tuna in the Dibden's kitchen for Saturday night's Tilba Milk Producers Dinner. NAROOMA: Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Community and Medical Services Wayne Williams, Todd Chatfield and Chrystal Mercy are committed to providing high quality treatment and services in a culturally appropriate way. NAROOMA: A bolt of lightning left a remarkable feature on the second green at the Narooma Golf Course last Wednesday. KIAMA: Musicians take over Kiama for the annual Jazz and Blues Festival. Local artists (clockwise from front left) Ngaire East, Nick Rheinberger, Josh Krone, James Vann, Greg Joseph, Joe Mungovan, Lee Holman. Picture: DYLAN ROBINSONNAROOMA: Narooma News editor Stan Gorton filmed Australian fur seals at Montague Island feeding on schools of small threadfin leatherjackets on the weekend. See more photos and video at www.naroomanewsonline.com.au COOMA: They might look fierce but they’ve got hearts of gold – the large group of bikers taking part in the Veterans Motor Cycle Power Run who assembled at Brebdo for the ride through the Monaro which benefits Veterans’ rehabilitation. MERIMBULA: “The Three Amigos”: Terry ‘TC’ Closter, left, Dave and Troy Rankin at the Far South Coast Sapphires soccer fundraiser. KIAMA: Cancer survivor Father David Catterall is one of the ambassadors for the Shellharbour Relay for Life on March 22023. Picure: DYLAN RIOBINSONPAMBULA: Lumen Christi Catholic College visual arts year 9/10 students and their creative and colourful mosaics. MERIMBULA: Sad goodbye to Merimbula business … Heather Hobart who has volunteered her services over the years to keep the fabric and quilting shop open. PAMBULA: CWA state president in Pambula: Pambula Merimbula CWA members: Jan Humphreys, left, Marjorie MacKnight, Joy Dawson, Barbara Leech, CWA state president, Tanya Cameron and CWA group president of the Far South Coast, Mary Williams. TweetFacebook of ╳exitThe story GALLERY: Our week through the lens first appeared on Bay Post-Moruya Examiner.