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  • Rapunzel meets thumbelina meets rumpelstiltskin by Swirltography
  • Zimbabwean Troubles by Swirltography
  • Why hope to live a long life if we're only going to fill it with self-absorption, body maintenance, and worry? When we die, do we want people to exclaim 'She looked ten years younger,' or do we want them to say 'She lived a great life'? by Swirltography
 

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    Oriol Lladó says:

    "Love the way she zooms the world with her camera, the way she describes our everyday life with her photos and titles. Sometimes ironical, sometimes idealistical... always sincere."

    April 28th, 2008

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    ultranalog says:

    "Having known Shirley for about a year now, I can honestly say she's one of my favourite Flickr contacts and always look forward to seeing her newest uploads. Her unique view on the world is paired with ever increasing crafts(wo)manship which leads to quite unique masterpieces, often from the most mundane of locations, overlooked by everyone else.

    Good to see you go pro Shirlz, I know you'll you make it!"

    March 1st, 2008

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    stupot02 says:

    "Shirley is a class act... She describes herself as "a dreamer with her feet firmly on the ground" and this is probably a better and more accurate description than I could come up with.
    Her photos represent her in a strangely truthful way - there is no pretence here just an exposed soul. Day 2 of her "month of me" sums her up - this canal often looks decidedly unromantic with the city's detritus littering its murky waters but Shirley speaks silently of picking wild fruit for breakfast and sauntering through the mist. It's deep and raw and vibrant; it's very Shirley!"

    February 4th, 2007

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    Happy Dave says:

    "Swirley is an awesome lass with a good eye for the photos - met nearly three years ago now, and still fast friends. She's also one of the most inspiring people I've ever met, and writes a great blog, while simultaneously doing umpteen jobs, training for charity runs and generally making the world a better place. The world needs more Swirley's, but I'm not sure we could deal with the joy!"

    May 5th, 2006

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Noosa, Australia
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Scholar of Life
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