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2 December 2016
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As a photographer I feel it is my duty to take you somewhere when you are looking at my work. Saying this I realise that out of all the...
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As I now listen, write and read about the album, I discover there is ever more for me to learn and for me to hear. And joyfully, Graceland...
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By celebrating dogs like these, this art project might just show people how normal dogs in rescue are. That they're homeless, often nothing...
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