A group of compassionate medical personnel looked through their camera lenses and captured some of life's precious moments in a bid to raise money for the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation. Organised by pharmaceutical manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline, the charitable programme inspired photographic works from about 200 health professionals. The company also made a donation of HK$800 to the society for each of the images submitted, raising a total of HK$160,000. Seventy pictures were chosen to be displayed as part of a roving exhibition at three local hospitals. Rachel Fan Sze-leung, head of marketing at GlaxoSmithKline, thanked the health professionals for their creative contributions. 'A group of dedicated health professionals have taken fabulous pictures which capture some precious moments in nature and communities during their leisure time,' she said. Private practitioner Wong Kin-ming's work, Well Done, Mum!, was selected for public display. The picture portrays the close bond between a mother and daughter in a village in Yunnan . You are the One by Barry Wong Kin-chung, a scientific officer at United Christian Hospital, captures the close bond between wild animals of the same species. 'I took the picture on a family trip to East Africa. The two zebras on the sprawling pasture rely on each other to fend off lions' attacks. By putting their heads on each other's neck, they can have panoramic vision of their surroundings and bolt at the sight of predators,' said Mr Wong. Exhibition dates and venues: Princess Margaret Hospital: August 12 - 15; Tuen Mun Hospital: August 18 - 22 and Queen Elizabeth Hospital: October 18 - 24.