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I've never 'gotten' blogging, but I figured since I have the time I might as well start. If anything it would be good to document my work so later on down the line I can look back at it and improve.

If you have any suggestions on blogging, that'd be cool too. I'm not really sure how it's supposed to work, I just tried to include a rundown of the event and provided photographic proof of what I shot, essentially. 

If anyone is interested at all, I've linked it here.


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