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"Let him that would move the world first move himself." ~Socrates
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Perhaps the unusual part of the Vivian Maier story is that photographers everywhere are jealous of the photography of a nanny.
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Vivian Maier is an amazing photographer.
To the outside world Vivian Maier was just a nanny and housekeeper in working in Chicago. But she also had a hidden talent that has not been recognised until after her death in 2009.
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The new HU International Programs page of G+.

I love it because it isn't just stuff about the programs, but all sorts of travel tips and tricks and news from around the world.
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On the streets of Chicago: Monks and Marilyn by the Tribune Building: http://ow.ly/i/nrEA
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New blog post:

http://www.haonavy.com/?p=4139

"Angels to be convenient among us..."

When belief/faith is convenient & the danger of a life too easy.
I am no stranger to making photos of religious "things." Be it a baptism, religious charity work, festivals, or just "in church" time. And not just Christian, either. Look back a few months and you'll...
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New photo blog post:
"A state of mind in images..." http://ow.ly/8bDKa

Street photography on a dark day in Chicago... the darkness you see is not always what is truly there.
I've been to Chicago many times now and it is rapidly becoming one of my favorite places to photograph out on the street. I am actually impressed by how nice Chicagoans actually are. Going into big ci...
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From the Guardian: Travel... The Beautiful South: Antarctica.

"The Antarctic has no government, no passports, no police force, no permanent human population, just a system based on trust."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2011/dec/18/antarctica-cruise-frank-wild-shackleton
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"The Antarctic has no government, no passports, no police force, no permanent human population, just a system based on trust."

isn't that just wonderful.
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Fascinating...
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War changes people.
For her project titled Marked, photographer Claire Felicie shot close-up portraits of the marines in the 13th infantry company of the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps before, during, and after their dep...
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Today in photography class: teaching a brief intro "Visual Storytelling."

Anybody have an absolute favorite photo essay of all time?
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Probably one of the best explanations I've ever seen of the Inverse Square Law...

http://unknownphotographer.net/flash-photography-101/41-variables-of-flash-exposure/25-inverse-square-law.html

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The unknown photographer is a website dedicated to teaching photography, giving business and marketing tips from real working professional....no rockstars here!
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This has nothing to do with my usual photography posts, but... extremely interesting... and hurts my brain a little...

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As relatively new parents to our ex-racing greyhound, we are so glad a place like this exists. For our little late-night issue (possible issues from spay complications), they were extremely prompt and Dr. Nielz was kind and explained everything (and associated costs) very well. Within a couple hours, we were on our way home with a clean bill of health! Of course, there is a bit of a premium cost for after-hours emergency clinic, but I was not negatively surprised by the cost: pet ownership is occasionally expensive, but I felt they were fair and even suggested against extraneous tests.
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It's actually surprising how good this place is! The salmon platter... I could probably have it every day! Try the sauces, too. And the best part is that everything is quite affordable. Maybe one of the more authentic Greek food outside of Europe!
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Lots of reviews are describing abysmal breakfast and other conditions, but honestly they're being far too harsh. The breakfast was just as good as any other short-stay hotel. And the coffee was great! This particular hotel is actively undergoing renovations, but it was not intrusive: just don't touch the wet paint! When this hotel is done with its renovation, it will be equal to any other in the area, and it is priced competitively. So, all that being said, I would easily stay here again.
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Solid breakfast, good coffee, friendly people. What more could you want?
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Good, local pet store. Staff is attentive and knowledgable, it seems like they actually enjoy their job. They carry most of the major brands of food and quite a selection of premium products. They carry only Advantix and not Frontline flea treatments, if that matters to you. And lots and lots of shampoos.
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All you can eat sushi, it's easy to eat yourself into being uncomfortable. They also have beer flagons that are so big, I can't believe they're allowed to sell it! A shame the price has recently gone up by about $2, but it is still a bargain if you're there for sushi. If you have two rolls and a nigiri, you're already doing awesome, and another roll makes it extremely easy to make the deal worth while.
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It's a good Irish pub! It looks like a lot of pubs in England and Ireland, except that it is enormous. But what makes Cregeen's different is that they have a spectacular selection of beers on draught: tons of local stuff and unusual international beers you only see rarely. If you want a good beer night but you don't want to fight the silliness downtown, go to Cregeen's. Best part is, it has better food options than most of the places across the river AND parking is free.
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