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  1. Shajehan.S
    September 15, 2022 @ 1:21 am

    Great effort and really good pictures.

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  2. Philip Sutton
    September 15, 2022 @ 1:57 am

    Hey Scott – fantastic images and story. I agree 100 percent on the exercise comments you made. I’ve always made sure I do at least one form of exercise every single day of my life (but mostly two – up at 6am then again after work). I have been through some pretty yucky experiences in my life and am currently dealing with probably the worst one. Friends around me who have had similiar experiences hit the grog or unhealthy relationships to bury the pain, but they just make things worse. I eat a very clean healthy diet, keep myself fit and trim, sleep well (and a faith in God) – all these things help me get through the pain, and I know in the end I’ll come out a better person. Thanks for this wonderful article and reminding us again that having a creative passion to live for (photography), and a healthy and active life, are tools we all need for coping with the vicissitudes that life may throw at us.

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  3. Nigel Moore
    September 15, 2022 @ 4:29 pm

    Superb work – this is my idea of street photograhy

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  4. Tom
    September 28, 2022 @ 9:04 am

    Your photographs are stunning. Even without reading the story, I was really struck by the unique way that you manage to capture light; it thematically links almost all of your shots, creating an idiosyncratic style.

    The story just tops it off!

    I really enjoyed this.

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