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THE JOY OF PHOTOGRAPHY

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... and the joy of seeing this wonderful photo.. 

Well done, my friend.

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Stuart  I forgot to mention what my niece was singing  when I told her I was going to give her one of my Leicas.  "Tonight, Tonight, Tonight, I'm walking on Air"

A song by Katy PerryūüĎ©‚Äćūüé§

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So, basically quarantine has brought her to new joyful journey. looks like She is taking energy that she spilled creativity in public. 

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Not quite sure about her quarantine  but she have always enjoyed new adventures and now photography is now one of her's 

Thank you

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Thank you Brent ¬†I have to¬†be up front I didn't take this shot, my niece used my Leica and had never shot with it before it was her first experience, ¬†and I might add here timing was by chanceūüėč

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On 9/10/2020 at 10:39 AM, Henry Taylor said:

Thank you Brent ¬†I have to¬†be up front I didn't take this shot, my niece used my Leica and had never shot with it before it was her first experience, ¬†and I might add here timing was by chanceūüėč

I'd say she has a brilliant future in Leica photography.

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Thanks I wish I shot this one myself -you should see the smile on my nieces face after I reported the comments made by such nice people as you Stefan¬†ūüėč

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