octubre 9, 2012

Photography That Cures The Soul

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source link Check it out: today I have an article published on Tiffinbox, a popular photography blog I’m excited to be connected with. Give my guest post a read. I explain why I think photography can be good therapy to help us get over certain fears and self-imposed limits. You might just be the next person added to the list of stories…

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