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Have been taking photographs for decades, but still feel I have many things to discover ... and remember! Having been disabled for the past 15 years, photography offers further challenges!

Favourite Photographers:
Robert Doisnue, Karshe, Ernst Haas, those who documented the Depression in the US, Jacques Henri Lartigue, Adamson & Hill, (the Deed of Demission Scotland)
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“Can’t live without” photographic accessory:
Olympus 7>14mm ultrawide zoom, feedback from other photographers?

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