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B Job Shadow Day March 10 2011
Timisoara

Last year I had the honor to present a short workshop on panoramic photography (that drove mad my friend Dorin and brought me plenty cirtics on the "boredom" the audience was).

Now I missed the event but got in contact with the local organizer of the event "Job Shadow Day" - Mrs Camelia Mot  -  and here is the atmosphere of the event with the dissemination of the results.

now a little on the N G O

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