New Flickr mobile looks amazing with Cuba Gallery photography

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New Flickr mobile looks amazing with Cuba Gallery photography



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Canon EOS M
Canon EOS M

May 03, 2014

This is crazy!

I follow you on flickr for you have some awesome stuff posted. Out of habit, I first check my recent activity; then pictures of ppl I follow; and finally the flickr blog.

Today, I stumbled on a picture posted by you and decided to check your other recent stuff. I looked and the first thing that crossed my mind was – man it is only a matter of time that this bloke will be on the flickr blog. I then go to the blog as I always do before signing out – and there you are.

Your stuff is super awesome. The camera is your slave and the guy who said he would like to be your student was not the only one who felt that way.

Keep it going. Your fans love your work!

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