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  • pipe13
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    Originally posted by orome View Post

    Americans do that. American tourists smile at graves, memorials, even concentration camps.

    That's just an explanation, I agree that it's disgusting, and that picture should be taken down. Place of tragedy is not disneyland.
    Americans are optimists. Chernobyl was tragedy and remains so. It is also triumph. Michael captured both.

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  • orome
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    Originally posted by senz View Post
    Your smile seems very inappropriate on that photo…
    Americans do that. American tourists smile at graves, memorials, even concentration camps.

    That's just an explanation, I agree that it's disgusting, and that picture should be taken down. Place of tragedy is not disneyland.

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  • senz
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    Your smile seems very inappropriate on that photo…

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by anarki2 View Post
    Also, get an assistant or something and have a break every now and then. Too much work WILL take its toll. I speak from experience...
    I wish I could afford an assistant...

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  • anarki2
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    Also, get an assistant or something and have a break every now and then. Too much work WILL take its toll. I speak from experience...

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by uid313 View Post
    You should release these pictures under the Creative Commons or something maybe. Maybe they could be useful for the Wikimedia Commons.
    I wouldn't be opposed to that.

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  • uid313
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    You should release these pictures under the Creative Commons or something maybe. Maybe they could be useful for the Wikimedia Commons.

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