At the AFP’s 40th Anniversary and Legacy Charity Ball

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Socials snapper LUKE FOSTER files from the AFP’s 40th Anniversary and Legacy Charity Ball at Parliament House.

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Luke Foster
After a 37-year career in the Regular Army, Luke Foster is now focused on developing his photography business Maun Luke Photography and, of course, his photographic skills.

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