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77 thoughts on “he turned to the left, then to the right

  1. Você e a Vivian Meier como fotógrafas do cotidiano… admiro seu trabalho.

  2. Excellent shot with funny description of the situation ;-)
    I’m curious further course, smiled at the end or not ?
    FAV!!!

  3. J’aime l’attitude de cet homme surpris par ton shot… Une joli photo de rue avec une NB parfait.
    Bonne journée.

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  17. Maybe this is the guy “Bonjour Tristesse” is waiting for… they just misunderstood where to meet. Now they are both waiting and thinking they are forgotten by the other.

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