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Life in the Holler photo essay inspirational for photographer

Shamarie Claiborne's photos help all photographers by setting a higher bar, Celia Downey comments after viewing photographer's latest philosophy of life photo-essay

Celia Downey writes to Shamarie Claiborne :
Shamarie, your photos are striking and tell the story of your love for nature. You must have a great camera! I have a Kodak "Easy Share"camera that my dad gave me. Your work is inspirational for investing in a higher quality camera to get those perfect shots. I love your photography as your pictures set the bar higher. Celia --Celia Downey
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Life in the Holler: A neighborhood dragon

2014-06-15 - The Holler, Old Clearsprings RD, Ozark, District 2, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne. Meet Godzilla today . . . or for an ant he would be the equivalent of Godzilla . . . or at least a T-Rex. - Shamarie Claiborne
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