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The French don't believe in Sundays - by Rose Frith

It has just begun to rain in Paris; it covers everything and turns the deserted

Sunday streets to mirrors. Paris seems to reflect everything, on the river that… 362 more words

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Crimson and White - by Flora Donhue-Hibberd

SONG TO BE UPLOADED…

Bio: Flora Hibberd is a singer-songwriter living and working in Paris and London.
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Synopsis: The song explores cultural ideas of age and youth, and the clash between society and its dependants. 16 more words

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On a picture from the beginning of the past - by Johannes von der Walkenmühle

On a picture from the beginning of the past

Century, stands a gazing man in the black and

White dust of a Parisian gallery.

He was fixed on paper with a bit of him… 408 more words

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Mask - by Keanu Boyden

Bio and synopsis: My name is keanu boyden (kiwii is my nickname), from manchester, 15 and my response to culture clash was too make a traditional Japanese hannaya mask to cross with my film that i am currently working on. 95 more words

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Art and Football - by Robert Deacon

Wandered into Bristol’s Arnolfini Gallery

A new exhibition caught my eye

The Promise – a dialogue between the city and its people – it said… 372 more words

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Independence Day - by Rebecca Fatharly

01 May 1707

The birth of a Nation.

At first tensions were high,

After much blood shed

By each side.

Years past

And warring factions… 119 more words

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Tale of Three Cities - by Tyler McNally

BIO: Born in Lisnaskea, Northern Ireland to a working class, single parent family (something that profoundly influenced his life). Tyler studied at Queen’s University Belfast for three years before dropping out of his Philosophy course to dedicate himself to Photography. 558 more words

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