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Missing Cordi

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Thursday, March 13, 2008

Wind beneath my wings

It is not the first time that I won a photography challenge. In fact, 34 of my photos have already won the challenges in several groups. However, I feel honored with the way my other group Kabayan Fil-Am Photogs recognizes its weekly winners. And modesty aside (hahaha!), I won in the fourth week with this photo.

It just feels so good being recognized by your co-photographers. Needless to say, a budding photographer like me needs this kind of "ego-boost" to further develop my craft. This, i believe, is what feeds the buddings artists like me.

You may read the rest of the blog feature about me HERE.

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