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Teaser Tuesday

SHOULD BE READING


* Grab your current read.
* Let the book fall open to a random page.
* Share with us two (2) “teaser” sentences from that page, somewhere between lines 7 and 12.
* You also need to share the title of the book that you’re getting your “teaser” from…that way people can have some great book recommendations if they like the teaser you’ve given.
* Please avoid spoilers!


Battles for survival and life and death scenarios are played out in miniature all around us all the time--you don't need to go on safari to observe nature in the raw.

~ The Complete Photographer - Tom Ang

Comments

  1. Very true! Are you taking photography by chance?

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  2. A very true statement, I have observed it on many occasions. Great teaser.

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  3. very true, i think most of the time we are more wild then the animals.

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  4. How very true.
    My TT: http://www.rundpinne.com/2011/07/teaser-tuesdays-rules-of-civility-by-amor-towles.html

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  5. Good point. Looks like a useful book.

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  6. Very insightful! I'm always looking for great shots among the everyday stuff.

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  7. But I'm not sure I want to work with a bug's eye view. I'll stick to scenery shots.

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  8. Interesting teaser
    Thnx for stopping by my blog!
    Kyanara

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  9. ooh, great teaser! Thanks for stopping by my blog! :)

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  10. Love it! An excellent and oh-so-true statement!

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  11. Hello I invite you to my blog.
    I am new to this I hope you accept my invitation.

    greetings.

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  12. A very true statement. I need to get back into photography I think... Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    Book Brats!

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  13. Interesting!!!

    Here is mine:

    http://deadtreesandsilverscreens.blogspot.com/2011/07/teaser-tuesday-july-26-2011.html

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  14. Great teaser! And good advice for any photographer. Sounds like a very instructive book.

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  15. That was hard to read on the red - but its a very true statement.

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  16. so, true. whoa, that's some heavy duty guide!

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  17. This looks like a great photography book. I recently too an interest in it. (Love the teaser too)

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  18. Thanks for the teaser. Sounds interesting if you're into the hobby

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  19. What a great teaser! Another book to add?

    Sorry for not being around....But better late than never!!!

    Here is my Crime Fiction Teaser Tuesday: Borderlands by Brian McGilloway post!

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