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8.Jaiper Feliciano(non-registered)
I admire the way you express yourself through writing. Your post is such a refreshing one to read. This is such an interesting and informative article to share with others. Keep up the good work and more power. Thanks
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I think you did an awesome job explaining it. Sure beats having to research it on my own. Thanks
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5.Rick(non-registered)
Always a fan... I choose to be a "balcony person" for you.

So I am loudly cheering you on, in my own quiet way.

Cheers
4.Marion Dieleman(non-registered)
Henry, I love the "Fullness of Life" photo. Your work is amazing, inspiring, and wonderful to look at!
3.Sarah Tang(non-registered)
Hey Henry! What distinguishes you from other photographers is your ability to capture the mood and evoke the right emotions with your viewers. I hope to see more of your work and perhaps at an art show someday in Vancouver!
2.Jay(non-registered)
Hi Henry ... your street shots are impressive, as is your shot of Lanois! Overall, you've developed a very keen eye and i'm glad to see that you are pursuing the medium so agressively! All the best ...
1.Rick(non-registered)
I loved the "Water is life" - surreal; to think how so little on our part, would make so great a difference on their part... it hurts to try and integrate the two worlds...

Also appreciated the G20 pix; also shows a dichotomy that we tolerate and live in - those with power and those without - but what's worse, is the information that is NOT being shared between the two parties, deepening the chasm, when all it would take, is a conversation (at least one after the fact would be better than none...)

I'll be back to visit more.
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