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Through +Photowalk Paris​, I got to meet people who were not only nice but also really talented. Sometimes they travel abroad and bring back some beautiful images. That's what +Olivier Londe​ did, as you can see in this video he made about his trip to northern Vietnam.
Thanks, Olivier, for sharing this beauty with us.
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Looking at +Mee Ming Wong's beautiful photographs reminds me how fascinating it can be to look at my city through the eyes of someone else.
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I've shot this view a couple of times, of the Eiffel Tower seen from one of the bridges on the Seine river, but never was I able to make as amazing an image as +Mee Ming Wong's. That splash of colour, illuminated by the setting sun, and that woman simply enjoying a stroll along the river, will tell you so much about the magic of Paris. Thanks Mee Ming, for sharing this with us!

And the internet does beautiful things, sometimes. A few weeks ago, +Liz C introduced us (us = +Photowalk Paris) to +David Q. Cohen, a photographer who was in Paris and on a rainy day, we went on a photowalk along the Passages, a series of covered streets. Towards the end of the walk, we stumbled upon +nomad dimitri, who David had just met, only a couple of days before, after he had seen a post online from someone who happened to be in the same area. And while we were having the kind of lively chat old friends are likely to have, +David Q. Cohen and +nomad dimitri mentioned +Mee Ming Wong would soon be in Paris and we really should go on a photowalk with her. Which we did. I love it when online life gives me a chance to meet, in real life, such beautiful souls ^_^ Thanks everyone!

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Can you feel the magic in +Thomas Kleemann​​'s shot? I just love how he beautifully captured the quiet energy of trees catching some light. Thanks for a great image, Thomas!

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Wouldn't you say +David Mathre's photograph of a sunrise is a kind of magic?

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Through the Fog. Sun Rising Over the Sunshine Skyway From Fort De Soto Park in St. Petersburg, Florida. Image taken with a Nikon D810A camera and 80-400 mm VRII lens (ISO 200, 155 mm, f/11, 1/1000 sec). Raw image processed with Capture One Pro and Photoshop CC.
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Very interesting conversation between two great people, +Martin Bailey and +Ibarionex Perello (The Candid Frame).
As I'm listening to Ibarionex telling us about his path in photography, I realise I'm at the minimalism stage. Not that we'd all be going through the same stages in the same order, but I do feel like I might be going the same way. What about you?

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Today I share an enlightening conversation with photographer +Ibarionex Perello, who's set himself some hard challenges which are taking his photography to a new level. http://mbp.ac/502
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I've been meaning to attend a roller derby event for some time now, and +Marko Niemelä's work looks to me like a proof I really should.
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Here's another pick from pictures recently submitted to Photowalk Paris, to be used for our business cards. Reflections are a very popular theme with photographers but I do feel +Pierre Nguyen's take is a bit more interesting than many, if only because it feels like that man is walking on clouds. And boy would I love to experience that...
Thanks for sharing that with us, Pierre!
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Touristes @ La Pyramide du Louvre, Paris

Cet après-midi, il a plut des cordes sur Paris. J'ai vite pris le bus pour braver le temps et aller à la chasse aux flaques d'eau :) On est un peu fou quand on est photographe ! J'ai cherché un lieu touristique pour avoir des reflets de personnes. J'aurais bien aimé avoir les gens de face, mais c'est moins discret :/
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I was working on the latest set of +Photowalk Paris business cards, that I use not only to tell people about the group but also to showcase our members' work and couldn't help but think how lucky we are to have not only very nice people in the group (and they really are and you really should come and say hello) but also very talented ones (and they're the same people!). +Sebastien Dottin's shot is a perfect example of a game he seems very fond of and he's made some very cool shots on that theme. This one I think is especially good because of the way it plays with three different planes and creates a neat (and knit ;) composition with all that stuff, leaving us with a clean and dynamic picture. Great stuff and yet another proof that photographers put in the same place and at the same time will see (and photograph) completely different things.
Thanks for showing us all those cool things you see, Sébastien!

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Today's #SelflessSunday won't be a single picture, but rather a blog post about a day spent with friends in Scotland, a first taste of the Highlands. +Ugo Cei's words remind me of what already feels like a distant memory. Hopefully I'll soon have time to go through my own pictures from that day and show you what it looked like to me but Ugo's beautiful work is a great approximation. After all, we were there at the same time ;)
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