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Subject: [Leica] world press photo - winners
From: benedenia at gmail.com (Marty Deveney)
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2012 10:36:02 +1030
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> There have been some amazing photos from the Occupy movement, but Press
> photo is something else, I guess....
The problem was with the entries, not the photos or coverage of the
movement. To be in the WPP awards, a photographer needs to enter.
Amusingly, the first time I read "And, says Kouoh, it's regrettable
for the Occupy movement as a whole" I read it the wrong way around . .
Reply from kcarney1 at cox.net (Ken Carney) ([Leica] world press photo - winners)
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