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Hi All,

Long time listener, first time caller.

Just finished this site for an irish photographer Philip White. Was my first attempt using processwire and have to say I love it. Was such an easy transition for me from using wordpress for the last few years. And most importantly Philip loves it too. The backend flexibility is great!

http://philipwhite.ie/

Cheers

Seán

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