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John Mee
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I see beautiful things - they are everywhere. Photography workshops, tuition, event, family, prints and portrait. Call me.
I see beautiful things - they are everywhere. Photography workshops, tuition, event, family, prints and portrait. Call me.

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I’m a member of a #Facebook group called #Lensbaby Blog Circle. Each month we all write a post that documents a project using this lens. This is my post for July. #Edge80
#photography #art #lensbabylove
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HUMANS OF MAYO: HASSAN “I was born in Dublin and lived there until I was 6. Dad is Arabian, our family is originally Palestinian and mam is Irish. So, we moved to Kuwait when I was six years old and lived there from the age of 6 ’til the age of 15.

On the 2nd of August 1990, my life took a really strange, sharp left turn
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CURIOUSER AND CURIOUSER! I spotted these #SODEM guys outside the Houses of Parliament in London last Wednesday. They were objecting to #Brexit and hold a “Daily Parliament Protest” to voice their concerns.
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I’m a member of a Facebook group called Lensbaby Blog Circle. The idea is that we all write a blog post once every month that documents a day or project shooting with a Lensbaby lens.
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This month, we talk to David Reid. David lives in Toronto, Canada and has been a regular contributor to Art of the Blur. His style is diverse with a combination of organic and inorganic shapes, lines and colour.

While the work of some abstract shooters invites the viewer to figure out the content within, I find Davids work just asks you to look. It asks questions.

We can all take away something from this work. Read on to discover with makes David see what he sees.
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This month, we talk to David Reid. David lives in Toronto, Canada and has been a regular contributor to Art of the Blur. His style is diverse with a combination of organic and inorganic shapes, lines and colour.
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Be a part of Art of the Blur here. #AotB
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