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Looking back~ project 365~ December 2011

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By ~mimo~

Photographer, Art searcher, Motion Designer, traveler.

42 replies on “Looking back~ project 365~ December 2011”

I do noot even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post
was great. I do not know who you are but certainly you’re going to a famous blogger if you aren’t already
😉 Cheers!

Loved the slideshow, Mimo. It just points up how extraordinary your eye is, whether you have B&W photos or an extravaganza of color. Every photo counts, means something, carries your point of view. It is a true honor to follow your blog.

As you know I admire your work and love seeing a large set like this.
My faves…..girl in the tree, car in the tunnel, window on left-bokeh on right, eyes, the dragon, and the empty window frame with DOF.
Beautifully done. I keep looking and I keep liking. You are very gifted and I hope that registers with you….sometimes it is hardest to see that when standing so close.

Another beautiful post, Mimo! My personal favorites are the monochrome with the two girls (one with glasses) and the blonde girl running with the dog. Thanks for the continuing inspiration!

Thanks for the reply. I spent some time in Germany and did not recognize the tall Alps. Also the stone paving work in the photo with the shadow looked more like Swiss work than German. The Swiss tended towards rectangular stones and the Germans towards square ones. Thanks again for sharing and your resonse.

Mimo, Once again you have put together a beautiful set of photos. Each and every one of them made me think “Oh, I like that one and I should pause on it – – – yet I could not wait to see the next one. In fact I am going back to look again. And yes, your daughter is a pretty little girl.
Was that Switzerland in some of the photos?
Thanks again for a great post.

Always such great photos Mimo – love the tunnel, the maple leaves ( colours are so great) and especially the one of your daughter with her face in her hands..and lying sleeping ( tis your daughter isn’t it? )

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