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  • Posts By Brad Moore

    “I’ve seen the birth of three amazing boys. I married the perfect woman. I’ve been around the world, a few times. I’ve climbed mountains. I’ve failed. I’ve won. I’ve lost. I’ve fought. I’ve followed. I’ve lead. All with a camera in hand. With a love of adventure and process, I’ll embark.“ -Corey Lack Wow, what an honor. Thank you to Scott Kelby for the opportunity, thank you Brad Moore for asking me, and thank you Myles for connecting the dots. I’ll try and keep my thoughts in the fairway and out of the sand traps as I drive these ideas home. With so many different styles of photographers reading this blog I thought I’d talk about something I’m passionate about and see if it will resonate with you. So here we go. FORE! I used to think but now I know... - Bob Goff…

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