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looking closer to shit
2 January 2021
Dagmara Wojtanowicz is a photographer and nature guide, who is working in the kitchen to have a job during the corona pandemics.
While she is working among scientists, she builds a portfolio for her photography. At the end of my stay last summer,I gave a presentation
for people in the village which focused on goose shit.Months later, she has created the news item below.|
After a few seconds, you can see the titlepage below. Slide he picture up and you can see more pictures and read the text.
|You can view her paper in a new tab by clicking here.|
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