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Antiques 2


Once I got to Berry I realised how restricting this challenge was going to be ... I don't usually photograph to order, preferring to snap away and let what comes out tell the story.

Problem number 1 ... there is only one rather small Antique shop in Berry unlike the eclectic mix in Berrima.

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  1. I often find it hard to tell the difference between antique shops and junk shops!

    I dont know what specific story I have until I pour over my shots when I get home! I too would find it hard to follow a formula. Although this time, I had enough self-knowledge to be able to dump about 50 shots each evening because I simply knew I would never find a use for them. That still left over 700 though ....

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