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Ian F.G. Dunn

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You can see more of Ian’s work at his official website, as well as on Flickr.

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3 Comments:


Holly Aiken
06/30/2009

Hi Ian,

Sorry for the long belated thanks….but i wanted to tell you thank you so much for the sunset photo. Its rocks! Framed and hung it at home!

Let me know what I owe you….

Thanks so much for printing it!
Till then-
-Holly Aiken

Van Alston
11/07/2009

Ian,

Please drop me a line.

boxospam at mac.com

Thanks,

Van Alston

Suzanne Whitmeyer
10/05/2017

Ian – thanks for reaching out and sharing the amazing pictures of my home circa 1925. What a treat!

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