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Alex Duskman

A short expedition with the village of Barabanovo.

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Great documentary series, Alex.

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Excellent photos and a fascinating story.

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A great series and comment.  I do hope that the wooden church can be restored and saved.  If that cannot be done, then your photographs will become a most valuable record of what the church once was.

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Superb! The church will rise again if the spirit of its people are not always so distracted with the irrelevancies and demands of the world.

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Finding the restoration funds in such a small village will not be easy.

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Am I alone ? I can't see the images on Alex's stuff (not just this one), just a 30 or so digit file name .. ?

 

Please advise ;( .. I don't want to get into conspiracy theories .. 😎

 

cheers, Maurice


"Wild things are always faster"

from 'Two Dogs' by Philip Hodgins

Wild-Things@btconnect.com

www.Wild-Things-Photography.com

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It’s strange that you can’t see! Not otherwise conspiracy of world elites! :)))

In fact, I switched to hosting Facebook because from Google Photos I can’t post pictures. At one point, they did something there and on all third-party resources, the pictures became invisible. And from Facebook everything was always perfectly located.

 

Here is a link to the Google Photos album. There are much more photos.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/GZkbtXrrGK36X3R28


Ars longa vita brevis

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No issues my side. It’s probably a routing issue on DNS, Maurice. If you have a second ISP perhaps try looking with them? I have to have 2 different LTE service providers where I am located because this sort of thing happens often. At the moment there are a couple of undersea cables between Africa and Europe that are broken, so backhaul is being redirected elsewhere (not that this should affect your ability to see Alex’s images). 

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All visible as normal from London.

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Also OK here in Melbourne.

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Just tried using Chrome instead of Firefox - all is well !

 

Beautiful set, Alex ! Especially like the interior shot with the ghosting of the congregation ! Very Atget !

 

cheers, Maurice 


"Wild things are always faster"

from 'Two Dogs' by Philip Hodgins

Wild-Things@btconnect.com

www.Wild-Things-Photography.com

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