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This man was sitting outside his home smoking a cigar.
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Anonymous kyle said...

wow ! this is an awesome picture :)

3:51 AM  
Blogger MMM said...

Wow...I love it!! I sometimes get so shy about asking if I can take a photo of a stranger. I need to be more confident.

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Anonymous jackieinvermont said...

Wonderful! You really have a knack for portraits.

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Blogger slinger said...

I love this photo, it really stands out.

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Anonymous Jice said...

The details are great. And the style of the man is terrific.

8:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

fantastic street portraiture
well done!


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Anonymous hakki said...

nice photo.

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