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Clive Limpkin was most definitely there

18 AUG 2009 | Posted By: Katie

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Clive Limpkin is kind of a big deal. For thirty years he ran "a broad gamut of Fleet Street as a photographer with the Daily Express, The Sketch, The Sun and Daily Mail" and was a feature writer with the Sunday Times and The Observer. Impressed much? You haven't even seen the photos yet. Limpkin's images are truly significant; Mohammad Ali, Margaret Thatcher, child soldiers in Angola, riots in Derry, this is proper epic stuff. PLUS it was his photograph that became the first of a topless lady creature to feature in The Sun. More at clivelimpkin.com.

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There are "6" comment(s) on "Clive Limpkin was most definitely there"

Advanced Member GoldPox
Yep, epic is the word. The Bankers Trust pic is so good.
GoldPox  -  5 years ago
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Senior Member timmy1
What an incredible gallery. I feel like finding somewhere to sit quietly and have a long think about doing something with my life.
timmy1  -  5 years ago
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Senior Member rudy
lol gold pox i was going to write the same thing !
rudy  -  5 years ago
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Respect Jake
Great shots :O What an experience it would have been to start out shooting black and white then transition to colour. Those war shots are nuts! - Jake XOOXO
Jake  -  5 years ago
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New Lounger EB05CF68
supeb stuff. The Northern Ireland pics. B+W really does it.
EB05CF68  -  5 years ago
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Senior Member Bibianca
Awesomeness all round! There's some emotional stuff here.
Bibianca  -  5 years ago
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