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Felimy / 15-1-2009 19:52:08
Good Day. Photographers do this for a living, every single day -- they point their lenses toward every single corner of our world and somehow make the mundane mesmerizing through their artistic eye. It’s all a matter of being aware of your surroundings and realizing that there are some really amazing and interesting things to look at, even if it may just be something so simple as a wall being covered up by paint.
I am from Japan and also am speaking English, give true I wrote the following sentence: ”If you still don know how to draw it, get more specific details on the picture nd, how to draw.”

Thank ;-) Felimy.

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Daniel & Julie Miller / 12-1-2009 4:34:36
Without a doubt, the most fascinating tour we’ve ever taken. A must see for all visitors to Belgium. Nathan was exceptionally knowledgeable about Ypres and the various cemetaries and battle sites. We felt as if we had stepped back 90 years into the past. When we return to Belgium, we’ll go on another battlefield tour with Nathan!

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Donna Morris / 2-1-2009 21:53:33
Flanders Fields - the highlight of our trip to Belgium. Your knowledge of the area and particularly the history of the Great War made for a wonderful day. Every living head of state should spend the day visiting these sites. Perhaps then, we would have less of the same. Thank you.

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Sara Ellis / 28-12-2008 12:48:41
Thank you Nathan for a fantastic look into the past. Very sobering and well worth it.

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Wilma Liebman and Deborah Katz / 14-12-2008 21:22:19
We took the Flanders Fields daytour and evening Last Post visit with Nathan last week. Both were very moving and highly worthwhile. Nathan is extremely knowledgable about the history of the First World I and the battlefield area. He brought the era to life, with all its sad facts and controversy. He was extremely accommodating to our requests and took us to out of the way sights we never could have found on our own. We found the countryside quite beautiful, all the more poignant given the horror that had taken place there. We recommend that you visit the area with Nathan. His English, by the way, is superb, and we had an interesting discussion about Belgian politics on the way back to Bruges. Enjoy your visit to Canberra, Nathan.

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