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polaroid

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box of cobra’s set of polaroids at flickr

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Paris 48°50N 2°23E

in each city ami asks 50 of its inhabitants to hand-draw a map to a place of their choosing, a place that is significant or important to them personally, for any reason. she then uses the maps to navigate to each location and take a photograph to represent each location. the ° books portray a side of each city as interpreted by those who live and work in it every day. its not a “guide” to the new café or club, but rather, a unique way of discovering different parts of the city.

Inside Paris 48°50N 2°23E

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now & then

i LOVE now & thens! when i first saw Jason Powell’s “looking into the past” flickr set, i thought to myself, ” if i had a blog, that would go on it “. well, i do now (serious). there’s also a group pool with some pretty groovy submissions from other flickr members.

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