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    Just spent an awesome day with Rachelle...did some shooting, sight seeing in some of my fave places, and a bbq at a friend's...very enjoyable day and I got to see some of Rachelle's beautiful lith prints in person...what a treat...

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    ...Not to mention seeing many of Kate's wonderful prints as well! What an inspiration!

    Victoria was beautiful...I can't believe I've waited so long to visit. Next time will definitely have to spend more time on the island.
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    My favorite thing is to go where I've never been. D. Arbus

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    Would be great to meet a fellow Ape Hugger - not to mention a fellow Canuck and someone who has experience living in Japan (something I'd love to try sometime).

    Glad the trip was fun for all concerned.
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    I've met a few and really enjoyed it..sharing a love of photography with like minded people is so inspiring and motivating....Because most apug people are"old school" with their film, cameras, and processes it can be hard to find people to share that with in your own city or town..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Corneau View Post
    Would be great to meet a fellow Ape Hugger - not to mention a fellow Canuck and someone who has experience living in Japan (something I'd love to try sometime).

    Glad the trip was fun for all concerned.
    The great thing about meeting Rachelle; Colin; was her descriptions of her travels and life in Japan...could have stayed up all night listening...

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    Ah, Victoria. Love that place and the Island, too. Spent about 6 years there back in the 80's. Hey, Rachelle, where abouts are you in Japan? I lived just south of Fukuoka City, Kyushu (Kurume city) for 12 years.

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    Hey Andrew - I'm in Kumamoto, just south of Kurume (as I'm sure you'll know). I go to Fukuoka quite often, either for flights or shopping, as it is a much larger and more dynamic city than Kumamoto. Haven't really explored much of Kyushu since I moved there last year, but in my previous stint in Japan I spent some time in Kagoshima and Nagasaki.
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    Kurume is a nice little city. Plenty of temples there. Spent quite a bit of time in Kumamoto city as well. Also spent quite a bit of time photographing at Mt. Aso. Did lots of photography in Omuta, which is right close to Kumamoto border. There a some nice lovely old abandoned coal mines there. I've got some images from a show I did there on my website. Will head there next summer... oooh but don't really care for the humidy then!

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