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Hi all, thanks for inviting me, happy to be in this great forum! I'm Stefania, aka Ashira Shots, and I'm in northen Italy.

I love to go in abandoned and decay locations, take shots and think what life was like in those places.

I often explore alone but I really love to go with friends... perhaps when I have someone for travel, I'll be able to do urbex overseas ;) (perhaps I'll do it alone :P)

Great light to all!

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Hey Stefania, thanks for coming over to the forum. I've seen some of your explores on the FB page and can't wait to see more.

If you need anything just shout, there are lots of us who can help. Make yourself at home

Tracey

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Hello and welcome to OS, looking forward to seeing your reports and i hope you like browsing the other reports on here too :thumb

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