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Update 7/14/2015 | KatsKreationz

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Update 7/14/2015

The update scheduled for today has been postponed until 7/15/2015.
In the meantime I have for the most part updated all of the photographs with fresh watermarks and fixed several of the broken photographs.
Please let me know in the comments if I have missed any photographs.

Comments

Dear Kat,

Missed you at the recent National Geographic Seminar. Another pair of very seasoned female photographers. They admitted that it was far easier for a female to become admitted to a "closed society" to photograph because women trust each other. There was story after story of their successes, all back-room stuff.

Keep up the great work.

Sincerely,
Michael

Dear Katerina,

That butterfly is your best photo! I have no idea what type of butterfly it is, but you got the last pixel of color out of it.

Keep up the hard work.

Sincerely,
Michael

Dear Kat,

I read the most fabulous book: "Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World" by Jack Weatherford. It made the NY Times Bestseller list and was riviting. Genghis is personally brilliant and the most forward thinking man in all of history. It is said that 25% of all people in the orient are related to Genghis. His empire was Russia, China, Viet-Nam and Persia. His army defeated the German and Hungarian armies, but he did not bother to stay. His ancestors even designed the Forbidden City in Peking. He invented the Silk Road and commerce was his major invention as well as movable print for communication.

Make it a wonderful day.

Sincerely,
Michael

Dear Kat,

The growth in your shots is epic. The more you shoot, the better your eye. Keep it up.

Most Sincerely,
Michael

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