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Bajans commit to the One Moment World photo exhibition

Barbados Free Press will be taking photos for the One Moment World photo project.

The concept originated with two Estonian sisters: Teevi and Teesi Zeemann and it’s very simple…

Thousands of people all around the world will take a photo at the same moment: September 14, 2013 at 13:00 UTC / GMT

The photos will then be made into an art display, books and posted online.

Website: One Moment World

Facebook: One Moment World on Facebook

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