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One of the most rewarding part of being a photography guide is seeing the incredible images clients capture! Suzanne Brendis joined us at Action Photo Tours on the Northern Utah Fall Colors workshop. And she absolutely nailed it! Congrats, Suzanne!

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Vale Professor David Yencken. I first met David in 1972, the year after I began shooting his Merchant Builders’ work for Clemenger Advertising. With Intelligence, good taste and a love of great design, David forged a revolution in domestic architecture and planning that has never been bettered.1971 image of the Graeme Gunn designed Studley Park townhouses by Merchant Builders.See the next post for David’s brilliant greening of Swanston St. #davidyencken#graemegunn#graemegunnmerchantbuilders#merchantbuilders#clemengeradvertising#johngollings#johngollingsphotography#architecturevictoria#victoriaarchitecture#architectureaustralia#australianarchitecture#Australian_architecture#studleypark#kew
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Vale Professor David Yencken. I first met David in 1972, the year after I began shooting his Merchant Builders’ work for Clemenger Advertising. With Intelligence, good taste and a love of great design, David forged a revolution in domestic architecture and planning that has never been bettered. 1971 image of the Graeme Gunn designed Studley Park townhouses by Merchant Builders. See the next post for David’s brilliant greening of Swanston St. #davidyencken#graemegunn#graemegunnmerchantbuilders#merchantbuilders#clemengeradvertising#johngollings#johngollingsphotography#architecturevictoria#victoriaarchitecture#architectureaustralia#australianarchitecture#Australian_architecture#studleypark#kew

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♦️ goes ⚪️
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♦️ goes ⚪️

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Rhythm and blues
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Rhythm and blues

May 2019
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Kreativ stavning. Tack till @lillinbebeth!#gungstol
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Kreativ stavning. Tack till @lillinbebeth! #gungstol

3 days ago
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It’s ok to still post vacay-pics right...🙃
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Kurdish fighter with the YPG, Kasuma shamsedi, 25, is surrounded by women who have surrendered from ISIS’ last stronghold of Baghouz as she patrols through Hol Camp in Northern Syria, March 2019, shot on assignment for a story appearing the November issue of @natgeo. Two days ago, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that he would remove U.S. forces from Syria’s Kurdish controlled Northern border, where the U.S. fought alongside the YPG against ISIS. The abrupt removal and repositioning of the remaining U.S. troops stationed in Northeastern Syria would leave Kurdish forces to face any advances from the Turkish military, and potentially lead to the release and resurgence of ISIS fighters captured by the Kurds. Met with widespread criticism from intelligence officials, politicians, world leaders, and the media, Trump has since rolled back his initial plan, stating that a portion of U.S. troops would remain in the region.  Since 2003, i have witnessed the Kurdish fighters ever loyal to the United States and American forces across Iraq and Syria.  They Have fought on our behalf, and alongside US troops consistently since 2003.  President Trump’s recent announcement is as shameful as it is shocking.
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Kurdish fighter with the YPG, Kasuma shamsedi, 25, is surrounded by women who have surrendered from ISIS’ last stronghold of Baghouz as she patrols through Hol Camp in Northern Syria, March 2019, shot on assignment for a story appearing the November issue of @natgeo. Two days ago, U.S. President Donald Trump announced that he would remove U.S. forces from Syria’s Kurdish controlled Northern border, where the U.S. fought alongside the YPG against ISIS. The abrupt removal and repositioning of the remaining U.S. troops stationed in Northeastern Syria would leave Kurdish forces to face any advances from the Turkish military, and potentially lead to the release and resurgence of ISIS fighters captured by the Kurds. Met with widespread criticism from intelligence officials, politicians, world leaders, and the media, Trump has since rolled back his initial plan, stating that a portion of U.S. troops would remain in the region. Since 2003, i have witnessed the Kurdish fighters ever loyal to the United States and American forces across Iraq and Syria. They Have fought on our behalf, and alongside US troops consistently since 2003. President Trump’s recent announcement is as shameful as it is shocking.

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Gyeongbokgung, Seoul 2019
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Gyeongbokgung, Seoul 2019

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Ever since I started travelling I’ve been obsessed with going to beaches and, of course, heading up into the mountains 🗺 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ When I find a place that has both mountains AND beaches I get stoked out of my miiiiiiind ⛰🏝 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Also... I almost didn’t get up for sunrise during this morning. That would have been a big mistake eh? 💀 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #AllAboutAdventures

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