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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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Fine rest stop. No complaints. A bit less than dog-friendly: though there is a dog walk area sort of relegated to the far corner, there is no less than two-dozen signs posted all over the area near he buildings and picnic area making sure it is obvious where dogs are and are not allowed. Facilities are fine and kept clean. No other complaints.
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Fine facilities and all, but the on-site warden was a little bit of a sour-pus, going out of her way to chastise dog-walkers. Kept yelling at us and other people with dogs: "Better keep that dog over there!" and "You can't be over here with that!" Even though nobody was doing anything wrong or going anywhere close to the building. Just kind of unfortunate to deal with on an otherwise pleasant day on I-75...
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A staple of the St.Pete area. We were here for lunch and we had a very pleasant experience. Good food all around and the waitstaff was friendly and helpful, even accommodating for our greyhound dog.
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Great dog park. Great size and amenities. Mix of grass and wood-chips, with moderate shade. Even has cell-phone charging stations! There is also a station to rinse the dog off if they get muddy, but it seems to be there for a full bath if you want. Appears to be busiest around/after 5pm when locals gets off-work. And for a park with dozens of dogs, most all were well-behaved (at least when I was there).
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We had a pleasant two-day experience here with our greyhound. It is probably not the most modern hotel, but I feel like it does alright with what it has to work with: biggest complaint was the ageing facilities. That being said, the rooms were clean - white socks stay clean! - and it was affordable. No issues, honestly. Would stay here again.
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We travel with our greyhound all the time, and the Three Birds Tavern is one of the most dog-friendly restaurants we've been to. Almost ever! The staff didn't just bring out a bowl of water, they brought out a refill specifically for the pup. Also, it is a restaurant/gastropub with terrific food and drink options. Just an overall awesome experience. I'd give the place 6-stars if I could.
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Great marina, well-run and helpful employees always on patrol. Safe place to keep a boat.
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