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Abbie Trayler-Smith
Photographer, Film maker, Visual Artist. = my visual diary
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Abbie Trayler-Smith 13h
Replying to @parislees
You mean the government right?
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𝐏𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐲 Sep 18
Can you imagine trying to give up smoking only to come home and find your partner has brought these new curtains...
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Barack Obama Sep 18
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought to the end, through her cancer, with unwavering faith in our democracy and its ideals. That’s how we remember her. But she also left instructions for how she wanted her legacy to be honored. My statement:
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Tim LeRoy Sep 19
I really believe that to save our planet "It is more important to live for the possibilities that lie ahead than to die in despair over what has been lost." . This is wonderful writing. Definitely worth making time to read.
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Ed Brydon Sep 18
Replying to @abbiets @MaazaMengiste
Having it pinned up doesn’t make it any easier.
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Abbie Trayler-Smith Sep 18
Find a way to keep alive and photograph. That’ll do! Thanks 🙏🏻
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Abbie Trayler-Smith Sep 18
Sometimes I wonder why it is so difficult to do just that. Send a pic of your fridge!
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Ed Brydon Sep 18
Replying to @MaazaMengiste
I have Baldwin’s notes about this pinned to my fridge. It applies to photography too. Doing the work.
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Maaza Mengiste Sep 18
A small note: Nothing replaces the work of writing. Not talking about writing, or thinking about writing, or reading about writing. The work is the work.
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Margaret Mitchell Sep 18
So many talented photographers contributing to platform that I run. Please take the time & look at their work - today Leia Ankers’ beautiful and insightful work reflects on personal history, stigma and how society perceives disability.
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Abbie Trayler-Smith Sep 16
Replying to @keano81
I quite enjoy them 🙈 (but then I’m not on them ALL day)
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Have I Got News For You Sep 14
BREAKING: The law.
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Tim LeRoy Sep 14
Stinking Rebellion? . Love activist art.
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Abbie Trayler-Smith Sep 14
Parties are now illegal but breaking international law isn’t
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kerry Hooper🌹 Sep 14
5 former UK PMs have all told Johnson not to be break international law David Cameron joined in saying “it’s the very last thing you should think about, absolute final resort” Fuckinghell johnson must be punching walls😂😂
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Jennifer R. Milward Sep 14
Please don't use such tentative language as "face the possibility". It was planned in advance. It is deliberate. They intended this from the start. Just look at the list of super-wealthy donors and supporters who stand to gain from a collapsed £
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Mark Elliott Sep 13
New post On the clear emergence in the UK of a multifaceted initiative to enhance executive authority by seeking to limit the capacity of the courts and of the law, whether domestic or international, to condition the exercise of that authority
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Marcus Chown 22 Jan 17
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nickturpin Sep 13
Really sick of people (mostly non imagemakers themselves )telling me, not how they feel about an art work, but how I should feel about it. Or worse, trying to have it removed so others can’t experience it and make their own minds up. Throughout history art has often offended.
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BeingBrent Sep 12
Mam showed me this t-shirt. I think it's rude and it makes me sad. This is me in a good t-shirt. I like my life. I can do lots of things. Why are they saying that about Downs Syndrome? It's nasty. It's unkind. Help me tell . Please share this.
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