Tropi­ano de­liv­ers dif­fer­ent ba­bies now

Pinjarra Murray Times - - NEWS -

SAN Remo res­i­dent Tony Tropi­ano was well known in Man­durah for de­liv­er­ing ba­bies.

Now that he is re­tired, the GP and ob­ste­tri­cian has time to in­dulge his pas­sion for pho­tog­ra­phy.

Mr Tropi­ano en­joys cap­tur­ing the “magic” Man­durah has to of­fer.

“I used to be on call, day and night, at Pin­jarra Hospi­tal for emer­gen­cies and de­liv­er­ing ba­bies,” he said.

“I re­tired from gen­eral prac­tice about 18 months ago af­ter start­ing at Pin­jarra 1984 and then also run­ning a branch prac­tice in Man­durah when the hospi­tal moved.

“Now that I’ve re­tired, I will fo­cus on keep­ing ac­tive men­tally and phys­i­cally, be­ing in­volved in the com­mu­nity and fur­ther de­vel­op­ing my pho­tog­ra­phy pas­sion.”

The 63-year-old said Man­durah was the per­fect city to pho­to­graph.

“The di­ver­sity, magic land­scape, ac­tiv­i­ties, wa­ter­ways, flora and fauna – Man­durah is quite di­verse for a pho­tog­ra­pher,” he said. “It’s a pity be­cause a lot of peo­ple go to travel to ex­otic parts of the world but there’s so many places lo­cally that can be pho­tographed.”

Tony Tropi­ano en­joy­ing cap­tur­ing the “magic” of Man­durah.

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