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    On Chookooloonks: the story of my family, printed photographs and a bonus Trinidadian pelau recipe! #KinseyUntold http://www.chookooloonks.com/blog/my-untold-story

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    Lovely post at Chookooloonks about why it's important to print photos and preserve a family record. And so much more about photography ******

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    on recordkeeping, printing your photos & a sense of place

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