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Hi I am Tom a retired family doctor. I have been taking photographs since my dad bought me a plastic Diana Camera when I was 9 in the early sixties. Then a Pentax man with a Spotmatic ... then ME Super then LX ... moving to digital. 

I finished with a K3 ... but moved to Fuji .. initially with I liked but it made me mad!!!

Now have a XT4  with various lenses but mainly I use my 100V which I love. Mainly landscape and recording life here on Dartmoor. I am off to learn from Peter Turnley in Paris ... to add Street Photography to what I can do. A bit nerve wracking

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