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Mike’s Calendar

PHOTO ESSAY: Michael Russell

Since Hogmanay 2010 Michael Russell has posted a photograph on the Scottish photography website Blipfoto every day. A keen photographer he decided to see if he could record the significant events running up to the 2011 election and then just keep going.

In May 2016 he completed a daily public photographic record of parliamentary sessions, becoming one of the first Parliamentarians in the world to achieve that, and of course during that period he also recorded the Independence Referendum.

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