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Dan Bachmann
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July 2016: week 4
A little photography walk along the river - some fresh air with those interested in cameras at the office - here's a few snaps. I think there's enough interest to do it again.

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July 2016: week 3
I've always wanted to meet the R2D2 Builders club and with the Star Wars Celebration being in London this year, it was the perfect visit. In addition to the home built Astromech droids, the other highlight was the amazing outfits of the other fans. Yes, the...

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July 2016: week 2
A few snaps from a walk in London after work for this week's photo from me, but more interesting than that, was I acted as a model for Nick Greggan. We were both very pleased with the results and have some ideas for more.

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July 2016: week 1
We returned to Bletchly Park after having been there last year - this time we also made it to the British Museum of Computing next door. Since last year we saw the Immitation Game made about Alan Turner about his time at Bletchly which was not completely ac...

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June 2016: week 4
Celebrating 150 years of running, my local fire station had an open house. It cheered me up from all the doom and gloom of Brexit to see the fire engines, firemen and the fireman's court yard below their barracks.

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June 2016: week 3
This was a quick snap from a fashion show. The designer was providing dresses for an event I was running where Ritsuko would model. Unfortunately, the studio flooded and all was cancelled.

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June 2016 week 2
The strong shot of the week comes from being with Nick Gregan, a top head shot photographer, who thought of doing a Muhammad Ali inspired shoot of Nicole. She really is a boxer and had one a match the night before.

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June 2016: week 1 Dijon, Beaune & Lyon
We did make it to our destination. Surprisingly, despite the previous 5 trains being cancelled due to strike, everyone who wanted got a seat. Only those on vacations can afford to take the luxury of time and gamble on the trains during the strike. Dijon, Be...

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May 2016: week 4 Paris
We were in Paris strolling around an area we've not been before, not knowing if we'll ever get out. The train strikes are on and to get out of our area, we have to find to get across a marathon course. Taken with the right attitude, this is actually fun - I...

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May 2016: week 3
Some hate it, but I love exploring it: the Barbican. It is a self contained world where once you are inside, you walk across raised walkways through apartments, waterfalls, restaurants, theatres, galleries, a library, conference centre, a greenhouse, doctor...
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