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Old 11-01-2021, 11:59 PM
Stefan Kurti (Stefan)
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Let me introduce you ... Babak Tafreshi

New in-depth interview with an exceptional photographer, science journalist and amateur astronomer - Babak Tafrsehi.

The mere sight of the Moon changed his life forever. He longed to become an astronomer, but instead of a telescope, he began using the camera when he discovered the beauty of the captured landscape and night sky. A bright comet started his professional career. Since then, he has traveled around the globe, combining art, science and culture in beautiful images.


http://www.skaw.sk/interview-with-babak-tafreshi.html


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Old 14-01-2021, 10:50 PM
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Are my interviews interesting enough?

Writing interviews has two goals for me.Firstly, that I get to know the chosen person thoroughly and also that I introduce the person to others.The interview satisfies my curiosity, but I don't know if the interviews are interesting for others.That's why comments are very valuable to me, but they kind of don't work ...


What's the problem - aren't the interviews interesting, am I choosing the wrong people, or do you prefer your own observation of the sky?



Let me know!Thank you in advance for all the answers!
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Old 15-01-2021, 12:40 AM
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Hi Stefan

Your interviews are well worth reading, just because there aren't any replies doesn't mean that they are being ignored. Some of us are well aware of Babek and his TWAN site and and his promotion of night sky photography. So many excellent images to absorb from so many from all over the planet, it's almost too much to take in sometimes.
Please keep the interviews coming.
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Old 15-01-2021, 12:47 AM
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Hi Stefan

Your interviews are well worth reading, just because there aren't any replies doesn't mean that they are being ignored. ... Please keep the interviews coming.

Jeff, thanks a lot for your kind words!
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