MOTHER NATURE WANTS TO BE PHOTOGRAPHED

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YOU DON’T TAKE A PHOTOGRAPHY, YOU MAKE IT

Lor­em Ipsum is simply dummy text of the print­ing and type­set­ting industry. Lor­em Ipsum has been the industry’s stand­ard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown print­er took a gal­ley of type and scrambled it to make a type spe­ci­men book. It has sur­vived not only five cen­tur­ies, but also the leap into elec­tron­ic type­set­ting, remain­ing essen­tially unchanged. It was popularised:

Lor­em Ipsum is simply dummy text of the print­ing and type­set­ting industry. Lor­em Ipsum has been the industry’s stand­ard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown print­er took a gal­ley of type and scrambled it to make a type spe­ci­men book. It has sur­vived not only five cen­tur­ies, but also the leap into elec­tron­ic type­set­ting, remain­ing essen­tially unchanged.

When words become unclear, I shall focus with pho­to­graphs. When images become inad­equate, I shall be con­tent with silence.”
ANSEL ADAMS

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