Ralph Shaw, our Illustrious Leader, writes:
My purpose in starting this uke-log of the meetings and activities of the Vancouver Ukulele Circle is to give those people who are unable to be at the a meetings a chance to get a flavour of what they missed. I can tell you now that not all the information will be entirely accurate. As I sit down to update this uke-log in the days after any given meeting I will be sure to have forgotten some key moments and one or two worthy performances and I hope that feelings won't be hurt. I will do my best but if you notice any omissions or major inaccuracies please feel free to email them to Wendy Cutler so that corrections can be made.
Note from Wendy: Ralph has been keeping this blog
since the very first meeting in September, 2000. The full set of previous
years' entries is available in the
And another note from Wendy: Hansol Kim has been documenting the events in photos. Many of the photos on the page are his, but not all of his are shown here. You can find all the ones he's posted in Hansol's Vancouver Ukulele Circle collection on flickr.
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday December 20, 2011
The seasonal phrase, “joyful throng” was invented
for a night like
As usual we had the Christmas/Ukulele quiz where we
Happy door prize winners took home: a copy of Tom
and Cynthia’s new
Christmas performance time included: Pam Holley's
Hawaiian group, the
Daphne and Andy sang a jazzy Santa Baby. Ron Usher
played a 1920's
Carol and kids gave us an awesome and energetic
Rudolf. Ed (he of
Jimmy Jackman arrived to sing John Lennon's Merry
Christmas War is Over.
Then it was my turn to sing a little ditty that I
wrote to the tune of
I truly hope you have a restful holiday and a very
happy 2012. By making
You are my hero.
It was remiss of me not to mention that in the opening pages of her new book "I Want to Go to the Moon" Cynthia Nugent dedicates it to me. I guess without the ukulele circle she'd have never met Tom and the book wouldn't have happened. It's a great honour. Thank you Cynthia.
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday November 15, 2011
If certain interpretations of the Mayan calendar are correct and the world does indeed end on December 12, 2012 then one year from tonight will be the last uke circle ever!!! So we're planning now for the apocalyptic final uke show. Start thinking up ideas.
If the energy in Our Town was anything to go by, it could well be us, the fusion powered uke-lear powered machines that we are that end up igniting the earth causing it to spin off its axis in a mighty fireball of high frequency strummulation.
I'm not kidding. If you weren't there tonight you will have missed the fastest and maddest version of Amazing Grace, done at warp factor eleven, ever heard this side of False Creek. And there were lots of other great performances tonight too. Interestingly it seemed to be the first timers who provided some of the most professional pieces we've ever heard at uke circle. Matt started things off with a short and very sweet song: A Pretty Girl is Like. Peter and Magda together sang Baby It's Cold Outside - a song that necessitates two voices and they did it superbly considering their ears were covered with woolly bonnets and they both wore scarves and mitts. Ken (one of our first-time ringers) delivered a fine song called Rock Out.
Hey Uke!! (aka. Sarah, Ed, Paul, Peter and Anne) sang All I Want is You. Bill (another incredible first timer) played a baritone eight string ukulele (no not a mandolin) and had us joining in on a wonderful ditty about sipping cider through a straw with his girl. The Mai Tai Club (aka. David and Laya - another first time star) sang a song that started off as a nice love song and ended up just a little bit crude and rude. It was called Kucf You (I scrambled the letters in case there are children reading.) Ross, with his rumbly baritone did a hilarious song called Ukulele Crime. It's a cautionary tale about what too much ukulele in the wrong time and place can lead to.
Boaz, who is getting better than ever by the way, sang Tom Lehrer's (I think) Masochism Tango. Spare a thought for poor Boaz. He told me tonight that he suffers from a rare disorder. He says it's a temporary left hand paralysis that only occurs on the third Tuesday of every month. How unusual!! Jill sang an original song called I Love My Job, all about the trials of being a web designer. (Note to self: Never type an email to Jill using the font: Comic Sans.) Ed brought out the blues once again and sang Bring it on Home. Geoff did the Tragically Hip's Bobcaygeon (it's a town on the lochs between two of the Great Lakes - that's all I know.) To finish off performance time Tom and Russ did The Door's: Love Her Madly and it ROCKED!!! Thanks to everyone - you all Rocked!!!
Hey, it was also fun to have Quentin join us on piano tonight. I admit I was slightly skeptical about the idea but his playing was honky-tonkalicious.
Next month is the Christmas party where we'll have Seasonal songs, the annual quiz and wonderful prizes. As I type Wendy is already boarding a plane to Hawaii to discover fabulous items of tiki-kitsch to give to the lucky winners.
Stay warm, keep strumming.
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday October 18, 2011
Before I get started on this I want to let you know that I am back to writing my newsletters. This is a free email that comes to you about twice a month bringing tips on playing ukulele and performing. It costs you nothing and is easy to unsubscribe if you don't like it. But you have to sign up. If you want to sign up then go here: http://www.ralphshaw.ca/Free_Newsletter
Halloween will soon be upon us and thanks to those who put a bit of tremble into their tremolo tonight. We sang the Monster Mash plus a few other necrotic nocturnes. By the way, here's a tip for those of you who have been finding uke circle to be somewhat overcrowded: show up at break time (around 8:30pm). It's curious that Our Town is full to bursting for the first half but by the time performance time gets going there are usually some spare seats.
Once Pam and Gary had got things going with a song called Nana Kuli (Hawaiian, pretty obviously) we then had two lots of blues; first a song about being on the delta played by Blind Finger Jackman (that's a 3-barrelled blues name I just made up for him) and then Hank Snow's "I Almost Lost My Mind" played by Dirty River Ed (another made up name).
It will not have escaped anyone's notice that B.F.Jackman performed using a guitar. I just want to be very clear that what we have is a "ukulele circle". So that means no guitars, no souzaphones, no oboes, clarinets, harps or bagpipes etc. - unless those other instruments are being played to provide accompaniment for a ukulele player. There are many other open mic nights around the city for all those other instruments. I hope this doesn't sound mean but we have to draw a line somewhere.
Joanna sang us a cool original song called Moon Rock. Simon sang the Morecambe and Wise fave "Bring Me Sunshine." You'd know the song if you'd lived in England in the 1970's. Matt sang what is possibly the only song that uses "ukulele" as a verb, it was called "Ukulele Me". Jeff gave us Hallelujah, and even stopped in the middle at the part where he expected us to cheer. Which we did. Eventually.
Peter sang Skull Crusher Mountain, a tale of HorROR that was funny too. Then, while Johnson set up his video camera, Ben sang a song called Scream and Run Away based on the Lemony Snicket stories. And finally Johnson finished it all off with a lovely instrumental called Spanish Romance. This, he filmed as a gift for his friend who has her birthday on November 1st. And what a surprise it was. We met Johnson last year when he filmed us as a video project for high school. Since then he has taken up ukulele and is quickly turning out to be a surprisingly good player.
[edited 2011oct19] And an addendum from Ralph in an email:
Who knows what surprises we'll have in store for you next month. See you then!
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday September 20, 2011
September 20, 2011 is the 11th anniversary of the
I'm still in a daze from my participation in the
Canada's Got Talent
Thanks to everyone tonight for joining in on my song
Manikin Man. Gents
Performance time was kicked off by Stan - Leaning on
a Lamppost, Joanna
The big surprise of the evening was the triumphant
return of Jimmy
Gary sang Just One Look and Jeff made his stage
debut with Beirut's
See you in October. I have to go and hunt down some
flowers or I'll be
Keep strumming and singing!
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday August 16, 2011
…we strummed and we sang and we sweated and we smiled.
The third Tuesday of the month came round
unbelievably fast this month.
One, a fellow named Stan, actually met George Formby
in South Africa
It was a very interesting performance time. It began
Chris came up and sang "All the Single Ladies" which
he says he heard on
Boaz, whose painful crash and burn we witnessed last
month, when he
Paul sang John Mayer's "The Heart of Life" with a
The best surprise of the evening was when Tian-Lun
I'm heading off to perform in Reno and Sacramento
but I'll see you next
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday July 19, 2011
And summer hasn’t even begun. Ho hum. But Our Town was kept warm with glowing hearts and numerous strumming folk; some kids, oh yeah, and a dog – the beautiful Nautilus the seeing-eye-dog. What a lovely hound he is and no mistake.
Wow! What a fun crowd tonight. You’re sounding better than ever. Beth Portman was visiting from Edmonton, AB. She sang her song ‘Without You” from her new CD see www.BethPortman.com for details. They are all original songs on the themes of love and she has a real fine prairie voice.
Another visitor was a young man called Koji. He’s here from Japan and he played us a beautiful instrumental. He also reminded us that his fellow country-people are still having a very hard time over there. He has friends who died in the disasters and he asked us to send power to the Japanese people. We did. And we continue to send his people every ounce of ukulele power that we can muster.
Performances began with Ed (Green Door). Boaz attempted David Bowie’s “Life On Mars?”. A hard song and this was his first time playing for more than one person. The song kind of fell apart for him. Many of us know the feeling. But though the presentation might have failed, he succeeded beautifully by gamely continuing without embarrassment. Thanks Boaz for showing us how its done. Joe sang a Smashing Pumpkins song called 1979 – he’s at Café Montmartre on August 5th. Tim sang Sunday Morning. Ben gave us Poisoning Pigeons in the Park – the famous Tom Lehrer song. Paul led everyone in Jason Moraz’s “I’m Yours”. Tom sang the song Gentle on my Mind and wins the prize for memorizing the most words this month. Inspired to do a David Bowie song I sang “Space Oddity” and everyone joined in on the countdown. Thanks folks, nicely done.
See y’all next time. Enjoy strumming on the beach and I hope the sun shines on you all.
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday June 21, 2011
Cynthia has filled in for Ralph as blog-writer this month.
Our official summer solstice uke circle of 2011 was standing room only. The room was packed and hot but there was an extremely good-humoured vibe. I noticed that some people are beginning to come prepared with their own chairs and stands. Speculation about our burgeoning size continues - Wendy wrote to tell me that 18 new people showed up and that every seat in the house was occupied by 6:45! Wouldn't it be lovely if Our Town were like the Tardis in Doctor Who – small on the outside and massive on the inside?
Peter led the singing, with excellent help from Ronin, Joe and Tom. I think it was Joe's first time leading and he did a top-notch job. Looking forward to plunking with you again, Joe. Tom teamed up with Pete and played the harmonica for the authentic Dylan experience; two songbook pages of Like a Rolling Stone gave me time to have a nice nap and wake up refreshed.
Tom wrote me later to remark on the astonishing enthusiasm for Tuesday night's rendition of Take Me Home Country Roads, "I don't think I'd heard such a loud singalong before. I'll have to play that one again." He also wrote that book sales continue to be brisk. People are just nuts about Peter's new songbook. I overheard several people saying they just love it, and find the little one adorable.
Performance time was short but thrilling. Deborah from California made a special effort to get to our uke circle. She gave us a sultry version of Mister Sandman, encouraging us to join in on the bum bum bum bell tones that introduce the song. Check out this cute video if you can't remember the bum bum bum bit. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xMCNmUaGko She invited everyone to attend her performance the following night at the Chan centre with her uke group, UFO (Ukulele Friends Ohana).
Joe played The Bay Intruders, a tune with new lyrics that he wrote to chastise the post-hockey rioters.
Our clever but slightly demented Jill blessed us with her latest original, a song about how oatmeal is the bane of her breakfast. I jotted down a few of the more memorable similes. Oatmeal tastes like "wet iguana skin", "Stephen Harper's butt", and like "Celine Dion sings". I was astonished to learn that this zombie-obsessed ukester just graduated top of her class from BCIT's New Social Media program. I'm suffering momentary disorientation at the thought.
Jen gave a brilliant performance of the double entendre-laced thirties tune, You Put It In and I'll Take It Out – an extremely naughty song about banking. But what a voice!
Tom played The Girl From Ipanema as only he can do, including a lovely chord melody solo. It was a bossa nova with a slightly country and western feel. (Again this feeling of disorientation passes over me – must be something I heard.) He told us he learned it from Ralph's Essential Strums for the Ukulele DVD.
Ronin played his first-ever instrumental at uke circle: George Harrison's While My Guitar Gently Weeps. Nicely done, Ronin! I think he should have gotten a standing O for that.
It was another great ukulele evening. I've noticed that one of the benefits of the circle being so packed is that I've ended up sitting with lots of different Vanukers and getting to know them better, which has been a real treat.
Ciao from Cynthia (with extensive notes from Peter and stats from Wendy), standing in for our wandering minstrel Ralph
And an addendum from Cynthia:
I don't know how I forgot to mention the exceptional job Peter did in stepping into Ralph's big floppy shoes and organizing and leading such a wonderful evening.
It's a hard job. I know because I tried to cohost with Tom once, but instantly broke into babbling idiocy and bolted from the stage. Tom looked momentarily bemused but showbizzed on.
So thank you and well done, Peter!
Comment received May 17, 2011
Martin sent along this note:
For those of you as "underexposed", as Ralph claims to be, to the trainwreck carnages of popular culture, here's a selection of links I deem a sufficient executive summary to get you all caught up.
the Wikipedia entry:
the original video:
for the more academic types, a critical reading of
the video as radical
the one video parody that makes it all better:
and some merchandise for the iconoclasts:
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday May 17, 2011
Finally some nice warm weather to bask in while we strum! Before I get to tonight's events: a brief announcement. I’m sure some of you have said to yourselves, "Its so great that Ralph has created the Uke circle for us all to enjoy year after year. Oh how I wish I could do something for him in return.”
Well now you can...
I am raising funds for two new ukulele projects: a Book and a CD. The investment required is substantial which is why I am inviting friends and supporters like you to pre-order them. In return, I can offer you various benefits (signed Book and/or CD, your name in the album credits and book acknowledgments, a personalized song and more). Follow this link for more info: www.ralphshaw.ca/New_CD_and_Book
Choose an option that is right for you and my gratitude and good karma will follow you wherever you go!
Tonight - We sounded fantastic once again. We sang some epic songs too; by the time we'd sung The Weight and American Pie it seemed the night was just about over. Thanks to Tom, Peter and Anne for song-leading tonight. Lori, Gary and Russ got in on the act too.
Performances tonight started with: In The Blue Canadian Rockies by Gary - it totally sounds like a Hawaiian song unless you pay attention to the words. Maggie and Queeva made their debut with a gorgeous number called Rise. Peter sang a song about how great the weekend is. I have never heard it in my life but everyone in the room seemed to be intimately acquainted with it. What's going on? Maybe my persistence in not falling prey to facebook is leaving me in an alternate universe with a completely different song repertoire. He even brought his own flash-mob. Good fun. Lori, sporting the Captain Morgan stance, gave us a song about raising your glass and having a drink.
After the grog had been passed around Barry sang a Fijian number. At least that's what he told us. My Fijian ain't what it used to be so I couldn't be sure. Its his first visit to a uke circle since the days of meeting in my building's common room. He was surprised at the seemingly exponential growth of our uke-playing population. Jill surprised us all with a display of performance maturity. No longer singing songs about Zombies she instead delighted us with a beautiful song written for the wedding of her friends Chris and Laurie. The song told how they studied ju-jitsu, fell in love, got married and went on to have MUTANT NINJA BABIES!!!
Isaiah, with us for the first time, did a very sweet chord-melody solo of the Coronation Street theme tune. It was ace. Daphne, with Andy on guitar, gave us a Bob Willis number called Right or Wrong. Guido did a chord-melody arrangement of Honeysuckle Rose. Tom sang a song called Our Town - how very appropriate. I finished things off with the Inkspots: Every Night About This Time. Until the next meeting in June: Keep Strumming and Smiling!!
Comment received April 20, 2011
Ruth Scott sent along a quote from the
chabanachik blog, about a tune we sang together from the songbook:
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday April 19, 2011
Indeed the April Showers brought us droplets of laughter and scattered bursts of applause as the music rang like so many bluebells on the hill. My goodness we did sound good tonight. I mean we always sound good but tonight was even better. I’m telling you. When we sang Over the Rainbow at the end it was positively transcendent.
It was a good night. We had some very able guests too. Caitlyn and Bianca from the Langley Ukulele Ensemble dropped by and filled out our sound with some dead good harmonies. Not only that but Johnson Jiang from Burnaby North Secondary captured it all on video. He is making a documentary about us for his final year school project. Its just awesome that he happened to come by with his camera on a night where we all sounded freakishly good and my manly good looks were set on stun!!
And the high quality continued right through the performances. Gary sang Koke’e with Caitlyn and Bianca as backup, Josh had a different sort of backup; his baby was strapped to his back as he sang ’52 Black Vincent (by Richard Thompson). When the baby’s soother fell out in the middle of the song I was there to replace it – hey maybe that will be in the video! Lucy sang the Norah Jones song Don’t Know Why – but with a twist. Hers was the Sesame Street version about what happens when the letter Y doesn’t show. Nice.
Ed proved there aren’t enough ukulele blues songs, with his own Deathbed Heaven Ukulele 4-String Blues. Ronin sang the Eurythmic's Sweet Dreams but with a Stray Cats rhythm. Like all his stuff you have to be there to believe it. Louisa made her marvellous stage debut with Let Me Be There. Caitlyn and Bianca returned and sang Tom Petty’s Free Falling. Definitely not shabby.
Tom sang a newish Jesse Winchester song called Sham a ling Dong Ding which is about…well the title says it all really. As his dad would say, “Its all just yeh yeh baby baby baby” music. Lorraine took us on board a hoss with the 3 Amigos as she sang Blue Shadows on the Trail helped by Russ on uke solo and Cynthia on Inkspots dum de dums. To finish we had The Supreme’s hit “Baby” with Paul on uke and vocals, Melissa on vocals and Louisa keeping time on 2 of the biggest wooden spoons I have ever seen in my life.
If you want more of this sort of musical fun be sure to head to Gary’s brand new South Surrey Ukulele Circle at Semiahmoo House this Saturday from 2 to 4pm. Details will follow in the next day or two.
Thanks for all your great energy! Keep Strummin’ and Keep Singin’
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday March 15, 2011
The NEW BOOK is HERE!!! I can’t believe it has become a reality. This was a mega volunteer project mostly achieved by Peter Dunn. His helpers include: Sarah, Wendy, Gary, Don, Ralph and Tom. Ben has created some awesome cover-art. I also want to thank Peter Murphy for his preliminary work on this. We had 100 books printed up and sold them all. In fact 4 people went away empty handed. Wow is all I can say. That’s a lot of music to be played for the next few years.
Performance time was special. The surprises began when Dave’s happy song turned out to be Love Hurts. Daphne and Andy sang Dirty Old Town. Daphne is putting on the Vancouver Ukulele Festival contact: email@example.com for info and tickets. 25th and 26th of March. Who would have thought that rap and ukulele would go together. Ronin and Peter proved that they do with the song Angel. Cynthia, speaking of angels☺, sang I Could Write a Book.
Ron has changed jobs recently. He was awarded with a Fender tenor uke and celebrated by singing So Long Its Been Good to Know You with Wendy rocking out on Bass. Ed’s dog has fleas apparently – that’s what his song suggested anyway. Not only that but it turned out that his dog also went on to have vultures and rhinos. You had to be there I suppose.
While Tom was singing Neil Young’s Harvest Moon I was approached by a man in a coat with headphones & a turquoise scarf around his neck who had come in from outdoors pushing his backpack in a child’s stroller. Turned out his name was Daniel and he was most insistent that I should give him a spot on stage. I tried to put him off by saying he should come back next month with a ukulele. But after telling me his credentials: appearing in Vancouver View as a professionally trained opera singer, musician and top psychic he told me, "Its now or never". I tried to go for the ‘never’ option but it somehow didn’t work out like that.
Next thing I knew I was introducing him (or rather he introduced himself) and soon he was removing his coat to reveal a mirror vest. He gave us some a capella opera without the aid of a mic. And was treated to a rousing ovation when he finished. You never know what will happen at uke circle.
Joe, the bearded section of TTO, sang something about someone called Rufus Taylor Sarsaparilla (did I get that right?) and the crowd went nuts over his key change. Note to self - do more key changes.
It is so great to have this new book. A wonderful achievement that will make our Tuesday nights more fun than ever.
See you in April!!
For ukulele learning DVDs visit: www.RalphShaw.ca
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday February 15, 2011
February at Our Town ...
... at Our Town we will remain, at least for the foreseeable future. Thanks to everyone who supplied input and suggestions re. our present venue. It was something I felt we needed to do. The upshot of it all is that The Vancouver Ukulele Circle will continue at Our Town. Other suggested venues had both advantages & disadvantages the general desire was to stay put and so we will.
Almost as if to prove a point, or at least to make it moot, we had a lower turnout than we've been seeing. Maybe it was the rainy weather or perhaps all that emailing that put people off. But there ya go.
A good night we had as we said goodbye to the Blue Book. The plan is to have the new book ready by next meeting. Gary picked out a dozen songs that will not be in the next book. It was a little sad knowing we were singing these songs probably for the last time. Sniff sniff. Never mind.
Performances started off with an original instrumental from Don which he didn't have a name for and Andy called Frederick the III. Now Don is going to have to go away and compose Frederick I and II. Way to go Andy. Paul sang the Little Mermaid song Kiss the Girl.
There are some things that you only get at a ukulele night and Josh's unique presentation of X's Wrecking Ball was one of those. It’s a punk song about stomping on poultry in the barnyard from LA 80's punkers: X. Josh managed to get a real punky sound on his unamplified uke. What really made it fun though was the fact that his baby daughter Cypress was strapped to his back the whole time he was playing. It was worth the entrance fee for that alone. (still $1).
Christina, a first timer at uke circle, sang Avril Lavigne's Complicated. She did it really well too. A voice perfectly suited for that type of song. I roped Ken in to play and he sang Tennessee waltz. Cynthia gave us Fats Waller's I'm Crazy About My Baby and I finished things off with a song I recently wrote about Father David's latest antic at the church in Penistone. That's the town where I'm from and where I was last month.
The Blue Book has served us well but I'm excited about the next book which will have some familiar songs from the red book plus new stuff. Don't forget to bring money next time to buy your copy ($10). And keep looking out for news of the Vancouver Ukulele Festival. It's at the end of March - uke teaching workshops and a concert. See you next time and keep plonking!!!
Vancouver Ukulele Circle Meeting - Tuesday January 18, 2011
Cynthia has filled in for Ralph as blog-writer this month.
Ralph, Ralph, where has he been?
In the meantime, we had a whale of a time at yet another intimate (sitting-on-each-other’s-laps intimate, but we love it, don’t we, Uke Bunnies! …perhaps Our Town will consider expanding) gathering of the Vancouver Ukulele Circle.
Several tuneful and giving souls stepped forward to lead us through Peter Dunn’s booklet of new tunes including Tom, Gary, Paul, and Sarah. The songs were all fun, very easy to play and mostly familiar, except to mature persons like myself for whom some recent tunes were mysterious. A round of grateful applause is due to Peter for all his research, typing, photocopying, organizing, and census taking.
Performance time was very exciting with a surprising number of instrumental and ensemble pieces. Yours truly and my handsome sidemen Andy, Ron and Ken led off with “Why Don’t You Do Right?” by my heroine Peggy Lee. Next came our two tall, left-handed members Russ and Tom with a cracking version of “Here Comes the Sun”.
Lovely harmonies and very tight ensemble playing. Tom sang the Beatle tune with what I thought was a Hungarian accent but which he later told me huffily was Liverpudlian.
New member, Soon stepped up with a first-time performance of “Waikiki” and received a standing O. Next came the Ukesters who played a lovely arrangement of “Ja-Da”. Regrettably, they inserted a kazoo duet. I mean, is it actually legal to do Call and Response on the kazoo? Larry, another first-timer titillated us with “Grandma’s Feather Bed”. Thankfully, all the children had gone home by then. Paul, that rhythm engine, sounded liked all five Jacksons with his fantastic “I Want You Back.” That kid really cooks!
Dalai played a traditional Brazilian instrumental Choro called “Quitandinho” on his superb new Cavaquinho – a beautiful steel, 4-string instrument that I hereby grant honorary ukulele status to. Finally Don gave us a lovely performance of “Hene”, a classical piece arranged for ukulele by the late, great ukulele historian, composer and arranger John King.
It was a razzle dazzle evening, the kind memories are made of.
And so, Dear Hearts, keep on plunking until we
Thanks to Hansol Kim for most of the previous group of photos on this page
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