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About justnicephotos

REAL LIFE PHOTOGRAPHY " Not unlike the work of contemporary photographers such as Martin Parr, Mary Alice somehow manages to capture contrasting elements of both movement and stillness in compositions - which on surface - have the familiarity of a snapshot, but which in fact include more formal resolutions involved in the complex dynamics and aesthetics of photography " Mac Dunlop m.f.a. Poetry Editor, Cornish World Magazine Freelance Event Photo Journalist & Events Photographer , Gerrans Cornwall Just Nice Photos on Flickr: Individual Sets: Email: Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still. - Dorothea Lange - © Notice Any photography used in physical or on line must have my approval and be appropriately credited – thank you. Founder: Cornwall's Voice for Animals (2001)

Marc Ching – Yulin’s reluctant Hero

Marc Ching is a broken man. He’s seen, heard, smelled and witnessed things no sentient being ever should. He’s seen live dogs skinned, boiled, hanged and have their legs cut off. He’s smelled the s…

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Anonymous Seeks Justice For Murdered Gorilla Harambe

Anonymous has just released a video announcing the start of #OPHARAMBE In Memory of the Gorilla Harambe who lost his life at the hands of Cincinnati Zookeepers while protecting a confused child who…

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Zoo Still Making Mistakes That Led To Death Of Harambe

When will the greedy human ever learn ! ?

Cecils Pride

Cincinnati Zoo continues to make the same negligent mistakes which caused the death of Harambe The Gorilla showing how little they care for the lives and wellbeing of animals  forcefully imprisoned within the zoo’s walls! Cincinnati Zoo’s continued negligence of its animals is underscored in which yet another young boy attempts to scale the gorilla enclosure almost succeeding in entering the gorilla pen. Luckily, both the child’s mother and grandfather stepped in to prevent the young child from entering the gorilla pen and rebuke the boy for his uncontrollable impulse.

Mind you now, this gorilla enclosure which the boy tried to scale before being stopped by his watchful relatives is a new reinforced barrier built specially to prevent children from entering the gorilla pen after a child’s penetration of the gorilla pen resulted in the death of the gorilla Harambe. However, as the below picture shows, the gorilla enclosure is far from being a “new…

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