Walking along the River Thames, you can find a lot of different things to look at.
I love walking along the River Thames whenever I’m in London because I love being close to water in general. I also like that there are a lot of people there to just look at. Different people from all over the world are strolling next to this wide river. I like people watching so this is a perfect place for me. I also like the fact that you can photograph people because of the many tourists, no one cares if you point your camera at them.
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Many things can be said about American photography pioneer Bayard Wootten, but all her accomplishments can only mean one thing: she's the photographer everyone should look up to. For International Women's Day, we highlight her amazing experiences and life.
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