Keld Skytte Petersen
30 min

On today's episode W. Scott Olsen is talking to Keld Skytte Petersen.

Keld is a Danish nature photographer, mostly addicted to birds. He lives on the island Funen in the middle of Denmark.

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Gina Milicia and Valerie Khoo
PHOTO 323: Macro photography with guest Eduard Florin Niga
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1 hr 16 min
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