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This book contains ironic, humorous and occasionally sad photos by a prize-winning Seattle photographer. The photographer hopes this book will help all viewers hone their skills for "the illicit act of looking" as he or she observes life in our fast-paced world.

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About the Author

John Armstrong
deetsy Seattle, Washington, USA
John Armstrong is a Seattle photographer with a wide range of photographic interests. He shoots with various kinds of cameras and prints with several different techniques. He loves still photography because he feels it allows us, as viewers, to slow down in this fast-paced world and actually see and appreciate things in detail. In the end, photography allows us all to be voyeurs without being caught.

Comments (2)

michaelalvis

michaelalvis says

Take a look at p.27 of my book, DOG TRADE, to see something familiar. http://www.blurb.com/books/242687

posted at 11:43am Sep 06 PST

sueaa

sueaa says

Absolutely great photos. Some made me laugh out loud and some made me very sad. A book that teaches you to look and look again.

posted at 11:53am Oct 11 PST

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