Foto’s Blog: Watching the Printing Process in Peru

Apr 11, 2011   //   Foto's Blog, Peru  //  Comments Off on Foto’s Blog: Watching the Printing Process in Peru



Phodographer Austin Lane in Hilloq, Peru, Nov 2008

From the VERY beginning the process of photo sharing with Dog Meets World always draws a fascinated crowd of participants. The portable printer is VERY interesting to watch and the time spent waiting for the individual photos to print is perfect time for much looking and learning. We study each other across our cultural divide. What is most evident is our shared humanity. We are alike!

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