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  •   emmassi @vlygo it certainly was THE best time!! House all empty without you both - we miss you already. Hurry hurry til next time 6d

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  •   emmassi @vlygo Love this pic, you were so happy to get the front standing bit 6d
  •   janeordaz Great pic x 6d

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vlygo Day 1 to the 3 day challenge thanks to @lilsim for nomination I nominate @headsat no filter or crop 4w
  •   lilsim Lovely 4w
  •   headsat @vlygo @lilsim I never use a filter or crop so what's the challenge? 4w
  •   vlygo @Oh la la I assumed your B&w was a filter we salute you 4w
  •   lilsim @headsat If you'd like to read more about the challenge it's the #sooc_challenge created by @thomaslimphotography . How are you creating your b&w? 4w
  •   headsat @lilsim I just shoot using instamatic using claunch b/w film @vlygo filters for me do not exist as the art of photography is in a sense pure filter. The notion of an image being more real in the absence of a filter makes no aesthetic sense to me. Its strange to me and also intriguing how one has to relate to an image being true because it has no filter. No filter equals reality therefore what one is seeing is the truth and the use of a filter a false reality essentially a lie. It's intriguing to how social media image making is drawn to this notion of fakes as we document our life's meanderings, presenting them to strangers in the hope they present a truth. This truth positions us in the world. Online is a filter, on screen is a filter. Impressions through a lens is a filter and our presence is a filter which eludes others to the truth of the matter. I love to look at others image making. They compile a catalogue of a beautiful world one in which shows how vibrant it's occupiers are. Each their own filter, showing me how my world exists through their eyes. They filter what they truth my see. 4w
  •   headsat I contradict my self by saying there is no filter, I rambled on. What I meant to simply say is that all photography is a filter. 4w

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