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Whenever I feel inspired, I take out a real camera and snap moments in time. If you’re just interested in checking out some of my work and following my latest posts, feel free to access my photography-based profiles on Flickr, Instagram and my own photography website, Digitizing Life.
Although I don’t regularly update my Flickr profile anymore, there are still quite a few photos available to look at. After Yahoo acquired the company, I lost interest. Plus, I already opened my own website where I can post all my photo albums. Either way, I keep it around for posterity.