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Many thanks to +The White House & +Google+ for organizing a fun photowalk!

Special appearances by:
Bo the First Dog
+The White House photographer Sonya Hebert
Obama motorcade
+The White House photographer Pete Souza
Ari, Kasie, Kori, Tess
and g+ walkers below:

Adam Robinson goo.gl/E15jn
Amy Phillips goo.gl/UCxCa
Andrew Rhoads goo.gl/RRVeQ
Brandon Kopp goo.gl/UCMkX
Brian Rose goo.gl/v0Yyi
Charles Lu goo.gl/rG2nH
Chris Suspect goo.gl/m6fU0
Dana Williams-Johnson goo.gl/EJLDV
Dave Sang goo.gl/kU0H7
Elyse Phelps goo.gl/12sq6
Gary Calpo goo.gl/8GYwh
Gary Garbett goo.gl/cDtwg
Geoff Livingston goo.gl/0jdZJ
Holly Mcaloney goo.gl/2nd9n
Hushmath Alam goo.gl/QJVGV
Julian Ortiz goo.gl/wQdCS
Mark Anderson goo.gl/EL0HK
Maureen Schulman goo.gl/uCrW0
Natalia Stone goo.gl/zNqLx
Rachel Jones goo.gl/q2bYz
Randy Hughes goo.gl/dcRo4
Roma G goo.gl/AqDyx
shirley lo goo.gl/rG2nH
Vikram Narayana goo.gl/wTNWU
Wayne Lappas goo.gl/SPZCl
Zeid Derhally goo.gl/hSCRO

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co-existing
if you could communicate w/any lifeform, what would you want to know, and from whom?

a fin's length of glass separates us from another world
a flick of our tails brings us closer together
you taught us colors and voice signals, and you gave us free health care
we don't know what we can teach you
but we can show you that it is possible to coexist...


...as long as you feed us first. fun fact- whale sharks are filter feeders and they will not eat the other fish :)

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thoughts others have shared:

+Serge Ivanov So it took me a while to gather my jaw from the floor after being blown away by the deep blue and million aquatic lifeforms...

As for your question...

Each life form seems to have its physical and biological limits, and what I really would want to know is if we are the only ones that dream of breaking them.

Birds enjoy incredible freedom of movement, but even so are ultimately trapped on this planet.
I would probably ask a bird if it was aware of this, and if so, how it felt about it. I would want to know if the bird was aware of something beyond our atmosphere, or if it even cared at all. Somehow I suspect it would be far more interested in finding some food than philosophizing such things.

+Fabio Bucchieri I'd love to be able to communicate with trees and plants in general. I have this theory about all plants on earth being able to form a sort of network through their roots that could act like an interface via which they can share all kinds of information....if I was able to interact with them I would also want to feel the pain that they share when another tree (or a group of them) is destroyed.......I must now go and take my daily dose of antipsychotics... :)
I love this post +shirley lo and the image is breathtaking!!

+anne-marie Janssen fabulous shot and good question! In general I like to observe the animals, but every time the geese fly over I wonder where they heading. I sometimes say it out loud. Their response is: "gak gak". ;-)

+Tim Behrens Such a beautiful photograph, and such a great question to go with it.

I think, in so many ways, that other lifeforms are communicating with us all the time. We just expect that, for something to resonate, it must be with words. Any question I could ask would be contrary to the power of simplicity, the all pervasive now, the instinctual drive to exist, and the ease with which most creatures do it.

If they could communicate with us, I think they would ask why we worry so much about the things we have no control over and stand by in ignorance of all the things we do, why we take so much more than we need while surrounded by others who need it more, and why is it that a species that spends so much of it's time pondering the future while forsaking the present is so blind to the what our disconnect from the world, and inability to live in harmony, will eventually bring.

Yet, in this picture, I see hope, peace, awakening... if we could just hang on to it when it wasn't right before us.

+James Merritt this is fantastic.
I have no questions for other species but I have tons for my own

+Wes Lum +shirley lo first I would have to master this communicating with humans thing, but second on the priority list would be communicating with dogs! :)

I wish we didn't have to worry about feelings and people could communicate honestly without that fear. I wish people could not get hurt by honesty.

As far as what I would want to know from my dog? What he's thinking when he's looking at me waiting for something...then again, maybe it's better that I can't communicate so easily :)

+Mailis Laos so beautiful
I would like to ask dolphins if any human have ever guessed right what they were saying.

honestly, +shirley lo, most of my questions stem from the fact that we wrap ourselves up in the cotton of our first person perspective. I wonder how much is learned habit, how much innate and how much can be short circuited.

I don't believe in the separation (gender, race, etc) most people tend to look on as fact and I find it disheartening when people divide themselves up in camps because they completely reduce their experiences. I'd like to see ego geography erode more.

+Dhopy Nepp I especially want to communicate with plants, mainly trees.
I think they should have many things to teach ...

+pam kelso Sit quietly with them, blank your mind and a connection will form. In emergencies, although it sounds stupid, I've asked for my guardian angels to connect with theirs to help find out their needs in that moment. It always worked, but again, it does sound stupid and it's probably best not to do it out loud.

+Melody Migas Beautiful photo and post.
Probably a dolphin from the gulf. I'd ask how they and their neighbors are really doing after the BP oil spill.

+Hans Huether Trees. They live longer then us naturally but not when it comes to industrially. They watch the same place all the time so they know the changes of that area more then anyone. They can tell us if over the years their photosynthesis process has changed with an increase in O2/CO2. :) Wow I sound like a Tree Huger...lol

+boo Jay I just wanna know why my dogs sniff each other's butts. I can think of much more hygienic ways to say hello.

+Meg Rousher Wonderful Image
I thought I'd like to ask an old living creature where it's been. Then I found out it's a tortuous and thought they move so slow I've probably been more places than it has. Then I thought maybe ask the oldest tree what it's seen & thought it's probably in the woods somewhere and hasn't seen much. Then I thought ask a creature from another planet what it's like out there in the universe and thought they don't talk to us just experiment on us & don't want any part of that. So I guess I'd want to talk with God and ask where he came from and how many universes there are.
Another great question Shirley. Thanks for keeping our minds going :)

+PJ Ammidon You inspire such great communication with your posts! Amazing photos & thought provoking words. I just can't keep from giggling with this one though, because ... I'm thinking... do teenagers count as another lifeform? ;) Otherwise, I'd like to know what it feels like to glide through the air like a hawk.

+Stephen Zacharias Well I think +Wes Lum made a good point. I think many of us humans aren't even that great when it comes to communicating well with each other.

As for another life form that's really hard to say! I think we could so learn so much from a variety of them. I think perhaps I would have to say the majestic American Bald Eagle.

+Amine Yorke so magic vision and really emotive ! i wish i could comunicate with trees so I could earn more time by sharing some of my time with them ;) cheers, your photos are really beautiful ! +shirley lo

+Kyla Glaser ESQ. I think I would want to talk with humming birds and find out what each flower tastes like and which one tastes the best.

+Scott Mc This photo caught my attention right away. The scale, the silhouettes, the fish each keeping to their own schools, the dress, and the variety of species. It looks less like a couple at an aquarium and more like they are looking through a glass wall of the ocean. I’m not a photographer, just someone that was drawn in by this photo. Mesmerizing, thanks for the perspective.

+Victoria Gonzalez i'd like to talk to a blue whale. i imagine they're wise fellows.

+Lupe M. Luevano This is very awesome capture...Like the ocean was sliced open...It shows how small the human race is...... My communication is to human species.... Why can't you extend a little kindness to the people you come in contact with no matter in what type of contact...not necessarily charity... for that is easy to do... why not be open to your fellow human and not cocoon yourself in what you feel is your safe world... That little kindness could make a tremendous difference to the person you extend it to...And you would be surprised how it makes you feel good... Thank you +shirley lo for bringing this wonderful work..... : )

+Darryl Van Gaal Great question.
I'll give the (what I think to be) most obvious answer. As a dog lover, I'd love to know exactly what they are thinking at any given time. We think (or at least I do) that I'm giving him what he needs, but you never know. As humans we assume a lot of things... and you know what happens when you assume!
+Mark Esguerra Hmm, I think if I had to pick an animal to communicate with I'd pick a bird. Maybe a hawk or eagle. I'd love to hear their thoughts on how beautiful the view is from up there. ;-)

+Lavina Street the earth. and we would sit together and cry...

+Luke Storer I'd have to go with Trees as well, or buildings but they aren't strictly a lifeform they'd still have some pretty amazing stories to tell...

+Keith Dixon Aliens: and I would ask where the hell have you been, we need your help!!

+Chris Hoffmann Such a calm and peaceful scene! I'd love to speak with a turtle (leatherback, tortoise, or any other). They've been around for so long and seen many things, and still they manage to move slowly and thoughtfully in all that they do. I wish I was a little better at that! :)

+Michelle Torio Wow! Truly eye-catching photo...I love the blue and I'm in love with that gorgeous fish tank! :)
Well, I'd like to talk with the bees, if I can, and find out what's buzzing around and know what it feels like to be 'busy as a bee'!

+Philipp Weimer I would simply love to see the world the way they do.

Feeling the wind under my wings... the colors of the sea, smelling the deer a mile away, or to see in darkness without using eyes.

We would treat them better then, I think.

OH and - once again, a marvelous picture you give us here :)

+Jerry Johnson Couldn't think of a better way of concluding my G+ day, then with a wonderful post and amazing photo from the talented and kind +shirley lo!

I would ask a whale if the ocean ever get's noisy to the point where it bothers them. Such wonderful animals.

+Benny Sjöstrand That's a beautiful view, and a very good question.
I would like to speak with aliens from other planets, and I would ask what they know and think about us and our world.

+Rogier Rood First of all: this is an A m a z i n g picture!! Really beautiful! Now my thoughts that arise when looking at it:

It seems the fish need borders too. All same type of fish are swimming together with a imaginary border around themselves. I would like to ask them why. It probably has to do with survival. In this way the fish know what's next to them and what's going to happen, when and why.

Now I think about art: I think art tries to see things from a different angle. So imagine one yellow fish in a group of blue fish. Out of his comfort zone it sees things differently! It discovering and exploring a whole new world! It's able to contemplate on his own species. Then suddenly fear strikes, because the fish is not in survival mode. Will it's point of view be accepted by his own group? Or will he be threatened by the blue fish because they don't want him in their group?

Sometimes I feel this way. It's the risk of making art, exposing yourself in the way you see the world. Can art be made in a safer way then? I think not. It the process of real art that is inevitable to go through.

I like to hear to thoughts about it! :)

+Michael Menefee Two really great emotional appeals to me from this image: the connection and fascination with nature as exhibited by the couple enthralled by the fish; and secondly the story of love and sharing a day at the aquarium. All told through the simplicity of silhouette, no easy task. Very nice! ;-)

+Kirsten Bowers it is a compelling image, those 2 standing before that amazing subterranean world...I like how they are dwarfed by it too...the scale is fabulous!
for me given i work with animals, mainly dogs...i would want to know what they are thinking, what they think of their interactions with the human world. I think there would be lots of different stories to tell! :-))

+Sumit Sen Oh! but they communicate all the time +shirley lo , just that we have not learnt to hear them. We are too new in this world compared to them, They have millions of years of evolution behind them They have been through all of it, seen it, endured it and flourished - changing as the environment demanded over hundreds and thousands of years. Till we arrived that is. We are in too much of a hurry, we want to change the earth ourselves. We want to control the sun, the wind and the water - and we want to do it yesterday. We don't have time to talk to them or listen to them. Heck, we have hardly have time to listen to our family! There was so much we could have learned from them if only we had the time!
But back to your image. It is truly splendid. The scale and our own small presence reminds me that we are only one of the millions of species that inhabit this earth. If only we could learn to coexist with all of existence!

+Silex Anthropos amazing picts (like always but ...this one has something more :)
to join your thoughts +shirley lo , a quote of a belgian Author, Roger Leloup :
"Les formes qui différencient les êtres importent peu, si leurs pensées s'unissent pour bâtir un univers..." ( Roger Leloup, dans/in +Yoko Tsuno , vol 8 "Les Titans")

i'll try to translate it in english, (not able to find the author translation) :
"Form who make being different does not matter if their thoughts join together to build an universe"

+黃少宇 美麗的海底世界:)

+Malaire Lexis All this would have not been possible without the architect of the univers...One whole univers, one planet earth giving to the children of man. God planed it that way..Adam in the garden of eden understood everything that the animals were saying to him, he was the one that gave them names. So we all were created to co-exist...The trees need their hydrogen and humans their and oxygen but both know that without water there won't be chlorophyl as a tree and no blood for human both life forms will suffer dehydration from the lack of an element that is crucial to their very existence, thus the term of "co-existing" becomes a must. Remember that created the whole world with love...And I really like the ideology of +mailis laos on this issue....My weapon is love...One love that is what the whole thing comes down to...I am looking forward for you to teach me a few words of your native language miss +shirley lo. Can we co-exist !!!

+John Freeman You have heard it be said that “Life is a Game”. But I say Life is a Serious Journey composed of many “Games”. The Game is a rest stop for whatever part of life you are “living within”. The key is to never believe that you can stay at that “rest stop” forever (your whole life). You have heard young boys say “I want to be a Professional Football Player” – and young girls say “I want to be a Nurse” – All games of life.

I say and have always said “I want to live my Journey” – So I have been in many different rewarding “games of life” but never became one of any particular Game. In other words I live the Journey of Life instead of a Game within Life - “A rest Stop”. Life is rewarding and when you know life you can communicate with all life by letting it exist in its world with the respect of love and the oneness of the Earth, and the Universe.

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+Peter Tsai Yes Atlanta is a cool place with lots of cool photo opportunities. If you go back, Little Five Points, Stone Mountain, Fernbank, and Piedmont Park are all good places to shoot. I went to middle school and high school there many memories. For example, here's what I shot the last time I went back: goo.gl/1GT12
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+Rogier Rood
What does art mean to you?

The quest continues... Can this picture be called art?
Art, the way I like to define it:
Nobody knows it for all, everybody feels it for themselves.
Does that makes any sense? I keep searching to find the answer, if there is any. And I like to hear your thoughts about it!

What do you think about art? And what do you see in this picture, what does it do to you? Do you think it is a piece of art? I like to know, so please tell me!

My inspiration for this came from the biggest and greatest post I have seen so far on G+! Be sure to check out "co-existing" of +shirley lo over here: http://goo.gl/AliXj
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+Paul Simbeck-Hampson swam with these magnificient creatures in the open ocean.
I spent many years teaching Scuba Diving in SE Asia. My first experience with a whale shark was in Thailand. On that particular dive we were at 30m surrounded by a swarm of jellyfish - not pleasant. Then she arrived, mouth open graciously gliding through the depths. I only got to see that particular Whale Shark (WS) for about 30-40 seconds, she was 10m above us. I instantly forgot all about the jellyfish, my natural reaction was to fin as hard as I could after her, which I did - on that day I was not quick enough and all I could do was watch her swim out of sight. Arriving later on the boat I'll never forget the sheer joy of having been in the same space of such beauty and elegance. From that moment on sharks, and particular, whale sharks became my passion.

A few months later, also in Thailand I was taking an overnight trip to the famous island of Koh Toa, near the island of Koh Samui. The trip was not fully booked and actually it was nearly cancelled. We were five on that trip, one French girl, two Israeli's, a Norwegian and myself. The two dives on the first day were nice, nothing out of the ordinary, but nice. That evening we grilled under the moonlight, drank a few glasses of local whisky and slept under the stars on the top canopy of the boat.

The morning dive was planned for 7am, a deep dive to 35m. The dive site was renowned within the instructor circles for WS sightings, although I'd been there often I'd never had any luck, some instructors had been hoping for years also with no luck! My group awoke late, recovering from one or two whiskies too many. At 7.30am we were kitted up and ready to dive. Another dive school was already moored at the site and had beaten us too it - I always liked to be first as you had a better chance to see bigger fish before they were scared off by humans in their space. My group had annoyed me a little as they had faffed around getting ready and no one was really that interested in diving!

As we descended I became aware of a group of divers huddled together in a circle some 50-100m away. They were completing their safety stop at 5m. It struck me as a little odd as they were so close to one another. I then looked in the direction they were looking and my eyes nearly fell out of my head! Two whale sharks. Mum and child. My regulator did fall out of my mouth as I stared in amazement. The protocol in this situation is for everyone to stay close together and observe quietly.

I gathered my little team together while watching the other dive school exit the water. I told my group to stay together and wait there, I'd be back in a moment or two - they nodded. The visibility, some 50-70m was fantastic, a deep dark blue - early mornings often gave the best clarity. The mother whale shark had retreat a little, she was around 5-7m in length, hard to be accurate at that distance, but large! The child was perhaps 4m and around 50m away. There was no land or island around we were in open water and at a depth of 10m. I left the group and begin slowly finning in her direction (to me she was a she, I can't be sure actually, but in my mind she was a she). I wasn't really sure what to expect next, but it was my instinct to say hello.

To my surprise she turned and started to also swim towards me, head on, mouth closed. When we were about 10m apart I stopped swimming and just hovered at around 15m. She also slowed down. Little by little we got closer until she made the first pass, the distance between us was perhaps 2m. I turned to watch her glide by. I then watched her turn and head back in my direction. This happened two or three times, each time I sat (hovered in a sitting like position) still and smiled at her. On the fourth occasion as she swam close I reached out a hand and stroked the length of her body - pure silk. She did not flinch or react badly, so I guess she liked it - she always had an eye on me - she had big eyes!

Feeling more confident that she was also enjoying the experience I waited until she passed again and this time I latched on to her side fin, holding on gently, I looked over her fin so she could see me, our eyes met, she was looking back at me. We glided slowly along for 40-50m - it was amazing. I looked at my watch and noticed I was now at 30m, my group was still huddled together. It was time to leave her. I let go and finned back to the group. The baby whale shark moved back towards her mum who had been watching the entire time - I'm sure with a little bit of anticipation for her baby! I signalled for the group to descend with me to 35m. We landed on the sand at the bottom and I just lay there with a huge grin on my face staring at the surface. Both whale sharks could be seen above us swimming freely.

After the allotted time, 10mins or so, we slowly started to make our way towards the surface. Again, Mum kept her distance, but baby was not finished with us - she even seem to know that we had to spend time in shallow water. We hovered around 7m, then 3m for as long as we all had air. The baby whale shark swam around us freely, everyone was able to stroke her gently, it was a very magical moment. As others began to run out of air they surfaced. I was last out of air and spent the last 5-7 minutes alone with my new friend. We had many eye-contact moments, we really connected with one another. No words were spoke, of course, but we had the most deep and meaningful conversation I've ever had with any creature on the planet - it was a purity that is seldom found amongst humans.

Eventually my air was gone - with one final stroke and a little wave I said goodbye. As I surfaced I'll never forget the noise that awaited me. It was like being at a world cup final. We cheered, we hugged, we laughed, we were the luckiest people on the planet that morning and we knew it. As I write these words, which I have to say I've not done before (so thanks for asking), a tear is in my eye and my heart is glowing. Now you know why the picture of a whale shark in a fish tank makes me feel a little queezy!

My love for the underwater world took me all over Asia, I followed the Whale shark trail to the Philippines and met up with them at their annual gathering place; a 50-60 whale shark gathering! No diving was allowed, but snorkelling was ok. I've dived with many different types of sharks and never once felt threatened, and although one could say I was lucky, I would say it was more a karma thing - they seemed to know I was there to learn from them and not there to disturb them, it seemed to put them at ease.

Currently my profession is consultancy, innovation, design, brand, data & learning technology. All that I learnt from my friends underwater I apply to helping humans connect better. I try to help bridge the gap of culture through better acceptance and understanding of our differences and importantly our similarities - the creatures of the sea were my best teachers - I thank them daily for the lessons they taught me. http://goo.gl/AliXj

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responses to +Paul Simbeck-Hampson 's post

+shirley lo wow, your post was even more enjoyable to read with the interspersing photos as well as your thought processes between our correspondences! :)
i've included your blog post link into the post so that in all the shares of my photo, everyone can see your wonderful stories :)

the poem was written from the point of view of the whale shark, and was implicitly encouraging the reader to perhaps think from different points of view, including the shark's mind and imagine how he might feel. so you responded exactly the way i hoped some people would :) i couldn't help but know that it was being held in captivity and might not have been happy being there. i asked the staff about how the sharks might feel, and from what i understand, the aquarium inspires visitors to learn more about conservation and appreciate the beauty of the ocean, which in turn raises awareness and may perhaps save more of these creatures. there are even some purists that are against scuba diving as it disturbs the environment, and may mislead the creatures to possibly detrimental assumptions about human contact based on past experiences. however, we can all probably agree that these creatures deserve to be happy. hopefully through dialog and appreciation, we can all help more creatures to understand each other :)

+Paul Simbeck-Hampson Thank you for adding the link to the post and I'm pleased that the post came to life in way you liked. Sometimes pictures can help a story, as I'm sure you'll know, sometimes it's nice to let the mind create the pictures - ah, did I mention I'm also a photographer? A portrait photographer - possible one of the most (in) famous English photographer's here in Germany (actually the only one, doing what we do) - we have one of the most unusual photo businesses you could ever imagine - remind me to tell you all about it one day, I'm sure you'll love this story too :)

I liked your poem. I like it even more that I know the intent you had. To be really honest, I need to revisit the post now that I've done my 'save the Whale Shark' thing and really appreciate it what it for what your were expressing. In between I've skimmed your previous posts here on G+ and realised that I'm talking to a most wonderfully creative person - your posts add a new dimension in terms of quality, thoughtfulness and finesse - super!

If you'd really like to know, I think the Whale Sharks are absolutely fine where they are, but don't tell everyone. I don't think their consciousness allows them to question and I like that they have friends who are for sure fun to play with - even though I played it more along the lines of 'wow, three of them, that's not good' - It is only we as humans who are able to delve so deeply - they are fine and well looked after and as with many elements of nature, serving is often the highest reward.

However, this should not become a fad with every aquarium demanding to have such large creatures in tanks, especially my favourite one ;) - and I totally agree with your considered argument about divers. The truth be known, I was very naughty, and should never have engaged with the Whale Shark, those of us in the profession know this, but we also know how hard it is to resist the pull to be closer to nature. I'm well studied in the underwater world, and realise I disturbed the ecosystem, possibly for the worse - but on a deeper level - we did what both came very naturally to us - which is also important - I guess what I'm trying to say is, as with nature itself it's a fine balance.

You closing sentences resonate and I'd only like to add the word compassion to the mix - people should be as compassionate as much as they can, to as many as they can, for as long as they can.

+Elle D'Coda Submerged in the depths of "work" activity, reading your story was like surfacing to catch a breath of fresh air. The sheer majesty of such moments isn't meant to be kept "behind glass" either...it's the soul of story and essential nourishment. I'm quite sure there's a whale shark version of it being told in the high seas to this day. So glad you freed this tale."

+Asa Gislason I thoroughly enjoyed his narrative and photos. And yes, they were the luckiest people on the planet that morning (if not any morning), what a wonderful experience this must have been, what a great privilege. Thank you both :-)
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At the first +Google+ +The White House photowalk!

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Obama motorcade
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Natalia Stone goo.gl/zNqLx
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Roma G goo.gl/AqDyx
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Vikram Narayana goo.gl/wTNWU
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Zeid Derhally goo.gl/hSCRO

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ihr denkt auch ihr wärt cool ;)
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HBO's Game Change

Scene with Julianne Moore as Sarah Palin — with +shirley lo
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+John Soo-Hoo hehe. well, the photo is blurry, so you have great eyes! julianne moore and the other actors had really great performances in the movie :)
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vacancy at the silver tip lodge
fish camp, ca

dedicated to +Thomas Hawk
this is the sign that we saw as we drove by.
didn't know if you got a chance to shoot it,
but we thought about you when we finally got a chance to shoot it ourselves.

thomas hawk photo by trey ratcliff, meme started by tom anderson

#hawkjump
#g+yosemite2011
#g+yosemite2012
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awesome +Thomas Hawk ! when i see this sign, and all other neon signs, i think of you!
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This picture look so beautiful !
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