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Robin Layton
Pulitzer Prize nominee, Nikon Ambassador, artist l photojournalist l filmmaker l animal lover, music lover and grateful for a blessed life!
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I shot this when I was in China a few years ago through a bus window on a . I love the primary colors and her striped shirt.
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Love the lighting in this image especially in their spiral antlers. This photo was taken at the in lens Nikon
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For , join & me in urging to protect millions of pigs against the worst suffering at the slaughterhouse. It’s 2019 and time to put the brakes on cruel high-speed slaughter!
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Edgar Martinez defined what it meant to be a designated hitter. He will be remembered for a lot of great things but no moment was bigger than this moment when he batted in Ken Griffey Jr winning the
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Robin Layton Jan 18
TODAY: Celebrate the Year of the Pig by speaking out against high-speed slaughter horrors! via
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Iyanla Vanzant Jan 18
It takes a lot more courage to let something go than it does to hang on to it, trying to make it better.
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Replying to @ildanquotations
hello! I have a question for you about one of your quotes for my upcoming book.Can you advise best way to contact you?
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Animals Asia Jan 7
Thanks to people around the world, 7 moon bears and a sun bear were rescued from a collective 111 years of cruelty in 2018. Mai, Mekong, Star, LeBon, Kim, Sky, Precious and Aurora are safe and in 2019 you will see them continue to flourish. Thank you for changing their world.
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