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Can I just say how much I love the British. Just to hear the use of language is enough to set my heart aflutter. If you are British you can come to America you can do anything and get away with it. If an English person told me to eat a lightbulb I would, without question.

I love tweed. And jellied eels. And they podcast well too. Someone who views my YouTube channel, one of the few, emailed and said: “Hey, you were discovered by the Fujicast guys.” And what do I find when I go for a listen? HUMOR. Finally, a smart talk with humor.

My guess is you probably already know about this podcast. But just in case you don’t, I’m here to help. I’m only about ten minutes in but have a day of days so I either got this blog post out now or it was going to have to wait. Good luck out there. And many thanks to the podcast crew.

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  1. Kevin Mullins is part of that. I really enjoy following his work – documentary / photojournalist wedding photographer. No wrangling of grandmas for the group photo with the bride and groom. And video maker, Fuji ambassador or whatever Fuji’s term for it is. Fun to listen to his podcasts and videos.

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      Yes, just the humor alone is worth it. I wish I was a Brit, at times.

  2. Thanks for the shoutout, Daniel. I’m loving your Youtube channel! It’s not all fun, being British mind. Most of us don’t know the difference between The United Kindom, Great Britain, The Commonwealth and throw in the Isle of Mann and the channel Islands no wonder we got into such a twist about leaving our friends in the European Union. And now the pubs are all closed….. we can’t even argue of it all 🙂

    Take Care,


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      Take advantage of that sun and start the “external pub.” Those open-air cafes might be the only game in town…

  3. Well as one half of this podcast team (the former BBC broadcaster part), can I just say a hearty thank you for the mention here. I’m not so sure you’d eat a lightbulb upon instruction, surely not a whole one? But if it is true that there is gold in those there American hills for an English person prepared to read the phone book aloud at any event prepared to pay for the spectacle, then where do I sign up? Maybe an ASMR video where we can talk in brushed tones about your work Daniel? In any case, thank you for your kind words.

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      Great to have you. Speaking of Gold….my next post is about a book I just finished regarding that very thing. Turns out, there is gold in them hills. The rub, finding the damn stuff. Always happy to talk photography if the mood strikes you. Keep doing what you are doing.

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