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But it was a Gulf News lensman Ahmad Ramzan, a friend of Mallari's, who went out of his way to make sure he gets to safer ground.
While, lensman Atul Kasbekar agrees with Anker, designer Karl Lagerfeld calls the Pirelli calendar a "form of viral marketing way ahead of its time" and a "landmark in the art world".
SOUTH Wales lensman Nick Murray has won the title of Photographer of the Year at the V Awards 2013 for the second year running.
On display at the exhibition were collections of rare photos of Qatar, shot in the 1960s and 70s by Canadian photographer Alain Saint-Hilaire, who was on a visit of the country, along with photos by Qatari lensman Rashed al-Mohannadi.
The title story "Door to Anywhere" examines a near future where matter is transmitted to the stars, where other stories consider worlds of magic, a consideration of life on earth over forty years after World War III, and the worlds of the Lensman brought to life in "The Master Key'.
Excellent," raved lensman Clint, my dining partner for the day.
KT lensman Mukesh Kamal takes us through the process of pruning at Al Badia Golf Club in Dubai Festival City.
IT was almost 30 years ago today that former luxury yacht Vagrant, which was once owned by the Beatles, became a floating restaurant in Funchal, Madeira, as snapped by our top lensman Colin Lane last week.
THIS MONTH we say goodbye to friend of the mag, beloved Bay Area skater, and master lensman Jaya Bonderov, who passed away following a car accident in Kauai, where he'd been living for the past few years.
The lensman had blood pouring from his head and Johnson was taken to an ambulance in a stretcher.
THE Racing Post has three of the eight shortlisted candidates for the two premier categories in this year's Horserace Writers & Photographers Association awards, in the shape of journalists Lee Mottershead and Julian Muscat and award-winning lensman Edward Whitaker (left to right below).
Local jazz specialist lensman Russ Escritt snapped Hamilton was he was celebrating his 92nd birthday in March.
Aside from the restored print of 1948's "The Red Shoes," program will feature docu "Cameraman" about master lensman Jack Cardiff, who won an Oscar for "Black Narcissus" in 1948 and was nommed three times, lastly for "Fanny" in 1961, along with shooting" Red Shoes" and 1946's "A Matter of Life and Death.
The 25-year-old was snapped by revered lensman Mario Sorrenti in New York for this, her fourth campaign for the Spanish fashion house.
Sir Paul, 65 - whose hits include Back In The USSR and Yesterday - slapped Jenkins across the face when he spotted the lensman videoing him outside his London home.