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Showing content with the highest reputation on 26/04/16 in all areas

  1. Earlier this year I met up with a good friend of mine, Peter, for a cup of coffee and to catch up on each other's lives. We live within a kilometre of one another but due to the overly complicated nature of our 21st century lives we seldom get opportunities where we can appreciate a face-to-face chat. Anyway, at this fortunate intersection of our schedules we got to talking about photography outings and how few of them we get to enjoy and that we really ought to try and change this. Without going into too much detail, Peter picked up on the idea and ran with it, organising a day out for 12 pho
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  2. This is a very sad story. I know some people here travel extensively, please consider the animals welfare before taking part in this sort of activity. http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/elephant-dies-of-exhaustion-after-carrying-tourists-in-scorching-heat-in-cambodia/ar-BBseAXp?li=BBoPOOl&ocid=mailsignout Thanks for reading.
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  3. April, 2016, Houston, Texas From this batch: https://ronscubadiver.wordpress.com/2016/04/21/houston-japan-festival-2016/
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  4. A few days ago I was shooting a concert at Schrottgallerie. On the way in I was attracted by all the tacks in a door. The heart only really registered once I looked at the image. 
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  5. Thought provoking, well documented and sensitively photographed. This is a great piece Dallas, thanks for sharing it with us. Proof indeed that happiness is rarely reliant on wealth, something most of us come to realise in time The struggles these people face are a lesson to us all. When these kids smile, their faces literally light up cheers tony
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  6. I love the book on the rock and the posing priest. Thank you for sharing!
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  7. Thank you for looking.
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