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Limited Edition Team Sky/ Pinarello/Froome/Jaguar bike
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SPECIAL OFFERS for purchasing FROM BASICS TO FINE ART book
http://www.bwvision.com/special-offers-purchasing-book-basics-fine-art/
We have 3 great offers for those who purchase the book From Basics to Fine Art – B&W Photography by me and +Julia Anna Gospodarou   from our collaborators, fine art magazine +Stark-Magazine and  fine art photographer and instructor +Ian Barber.  
- 1 YEAR FREE subscription on digital fine art magazine Stark Magazine, ONLY for the readers of the book. Offered by Jason Lowry, founder and publisher of Stark Magazine.
- 30% discount for entering Stark Awards international photography competition, discount that lasts till the final deadline, plus 1 year free digital magazine subscription, ONLY for the readers of the book..
- 30% discount for the Luminosity Grading Panel by Ian Barber, tool that you can use for creating very sophisticated selections, as the ones we are talking about in the book. Also ONLY for the readers of the book. 
You can purchase the book from this link http://sites.fastspring.com/juliaannagospodarou/product/frombasicstofineart  and we will be in touch with you on how to get the offers. 
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THE SIGHING MAIDEN OF CASTLE COEFFIN
Isle of Lismore in Loch Linnhe, Argyll, Scotland 

From "Journeying in MacDougall Country" by Walter Marshall MacDougall:

"In the days when Coeffin was a Norse stronghold, Beothail of the golden hair lived there. She was very much in love with a young Viking warrior. When in far-off Lochlann [Norway] this warrior was killed, Beothail grew pale with her grief and died.

"Then in the wind that buffeted the walls of Coeffin came the pleading voice of the dead maiden begging her father and brother (whose name, by the way, was Caiffen or Coeffin) to carry her bones to Lochlann. Finally, her bones were washed in the sacred spring of Saint Moluag (still called Tobar Cnamh Beothail, “Well of Beothail’s Bones”) at Clachan and, thus blessed, were carried to where Beothail’s lover lay buried.

"Still the voice came upon the ceaseless winds of the Lynn of Morvern. A bone was missing, left behind in the well.  A search was made, and the bone was found.  It too was carried to Lochlann. Then the pleading ceased, though the restless winds often sound a maiden’s sigh around the walls of Coeffin."
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Each of his new illustration becomes my new wallpaper. 
If you do not know David Lanham's work discover it on his portfolio:
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Official release book “From Basics to Fine Art” - Book can be purchased NOW from our FastSpring webshop. First 30 buyers to receive 20% off!
+Julia Anna Gospodarou  and I are very excited to announce that the official sales of our long awaited book “From Basics to Fine Art – B&W Photography - Architecture and Beyond” has started NOW on May 17, 2014. Click on our website link to find more info on the book with some testimonials from the experts, and of course the link to our web shop where you can purchase the eBook. First 30 buyers only will receive a very limited 20% discount. So hurry!
http://www.bwvision.com/book-basics-fine-art-available-now/
Official book release From Basics to Fine Art - Books can be purchased now from our FastSpring webshop The sales of the long awaited eBook “From Basics to Fine Art – B&W Photography – Architecture and Beyond”, written by yours truly and my co-author Julia Anna Gospodarou has started now and the 400+page eBook can be purchased [...]
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The Ice Light is a portable, dimmable, daylight balanced, continuous LED light source with a built in battery, although as this video shows, it is useful in many more situations! http://youtu.be/v25e6NnxO7k

See the Ice Light for yourself in our London and Burgess Hill stores, or online at www.parkcameras.com/25386/Westcott-ICE-Light-5500.html.
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Create the surreal image of your dreams with this free tutorial from Adobe Education Leader Nicole Dalesio.

Master techniques that will take your photos to the next level with Craftsy's online class, 25 Innovative Photoshop Techniques for Photo & Video, now 50% off for Photoshop fans: http://j.mp/QNEzRO
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Michael Moore about the latest mass killing.

"With due respect to those who are asking me to comment on last night's tragic mass shooting at UCSB in Isla Vista, CA -- I no longer have anything to say about what is now part of normal American life. Everything I have to say about this, I said it 12 years ago: We are a people easily manipulated by fear which causes us to arm ourselves with a quarter BILLION guns in our homes that are often easily accessible to young people, burglars, the mentally ill and anyone who momentarily snaps. We are a nation founded in violence, grew our borders through violence, and allow men in power to use violence around the world to further our so-called American (corporate) "interests." The gun, not the eagle, is our true national symbol. While other countries have more violent pasts (Germany, Japan), more guns per capita in their homes (Canada [mostly hunting guns]), and the kids in most other countries watch the same violent movies and play the same violent video games that our kids play, no one even comes close to killing as many of its own citizens on a daily basis as we do -- and yet we don't seem to want to ask ourselves this simple question: "Why us? What is it about US?" Nearly all of our mass shootings are by angry or disturbed white males. None of them are committed by the majority gender, women. Hmmm, why is that? Even when 90% of the American public calls for stronger gun laws, Congress refuses -- and then we the people refuse to remove them from office. So the onus is on us, all of us. We won't pass the necessary laws, but more importantly we won't consider why this happens here all the time. When the NRA says, "Guns don't kill people -- people kill people," they've got it half-right. Except I would amend it to this: "Guns don't kill people -- Americans kill people." Enjoy the rest of your day, and rest assured this will all happen again very soon."

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Living the dream in the Yorkshire Dales after escaping from city life.
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    Secondary Education, 1962 - 1967
  • Isleworth Polytechnic
    Photography and the Arts, 1967 - 1969
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