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I notice if i go somewhere and want to take pictures, I just see more.
Nothing artsy, just better awareness. An d tendecy to go out of my way to
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The visit to Vientiane was a a welcome repose from the hurly-burly in Hanoi. I enjoyed the riverbank, visiting a few pagodas and the food. Some comments on the photo's. As I learn how Laos works, I will have to add comments. 
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+Geert Vansintjan Not a good precedent to start with utter brutality. It would have been better for the Libyan people to rise above the dictatorship of Ghadaffi and provide judgement through the legal system. Although, it is not clear if most Libyans approved of the killing by a few without a trial.
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