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THINGS Photography

That THING down there

Every one of us, the outstanding photographers, has to go through the THINGS stage of photography.
Some of us stay at THINGS, some of us move forward, but all of us from time to time are doing the THINGS
We must do it. We can't avoid it. The THING is there and we have to show it to the world, since no one ever before had seen the THINGS. We are absolutely the first ones on earth to discover the beauty of THINGS.

The THINGS can be spotted anywhere.
When you walk down the streets, with your head up high and your mouth open wide, with saliva dripping on your camera(s)???
It can't be denied You must have seen the THINGS up there.
When you walk down the lake shore and you see the lonely boat, abandoned by its owner It's not a boat - anymore
It's the THING thing !
You must take a picture of it, for the hell of it, for the salvation of the world and because nobody ever did this before you
ThereforeIt's a THING. Wonderful THING to share with us !

Look downDo you see the THINGS down there ???
I saw them !!! The THINGS. The Las Vegas' THINGS.
Gilded Julius Cesar' head Under my feet

"" Gotch'ya, you bloody, stinky anti-republican dictatorYou're not Emperor any more
You are the THING from now on. I made you a THING Julian, the bloody baldy one A mere THING !
Now, the most honorable members of TE will reduce you Julio, in their critiques, to: 'Nice POV", "I like the colors" "I hate Las Vegas" and the most charming: "There are millions upon millions of starving kids in America and yet they gild the streets with gold, those rotten, capitalistic pigs. ""
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The THINGS are the things to come
Don't miss them, folks

(:-)

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