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    building a library of reference

    hey everybody, i was just looking around in some book stores and what ive been trying to do lately is build a kind of collection of books which could provide some kind of visual library. specifically, i was looking at travel photography, a book that might cover a wide variety of places, involving architecture and culture. anyone have a suggestion. any other suggestions of how to build a (relatively) inexpensive reference collection are of course welcome.

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    go to your local library and see what they have. I assure you, you'll be wanting some of those books big time.

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