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  • "All the world's a stage by People▲Are▲Fool
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  • L by Reelene
  •  by Anabella D.

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    7celine says:

    "I love the photos he took, his photos inspired me a lot in a way which I know myself, his writing is wonderful, to be honest, I like his photos more after read his writings, its those small little things which makes life meaningful.
    I think I feel more about photography than that time when I first started, I am glad I have make my step into this wonderful world."

    December 11th, 2010

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    Reelene says:

    "I am very glad to know Long from flickr. He knows the magic to find out the life and love in every single element and to express its beauty in a very special way. Every time when I look at his film photos, I feel so calm and warm : )"

    March 27th, 2009

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    ✈ Sean Marc Lee 李子仁 says:

    "his stories really connect to me. i love that you make sacramento so atmospheric."

    June 20th, 2008

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    Yellow Bear says:

    "wakingphotolife's images with text have moved me more than any other persons work in the same area....I love to read and try to figure out which are the fictional parts of his writing and which are the autobiographical stories....i'd love to have his skill."

    February 3rd, 2008

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    Fa.bian says:

    "Stories for reflection...Hey viewers, take your books down and read this photostream with its wonderful tales."

    December 31st, 2007

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    .@_@ says:

    "I taught him everything he knows about photography. But he takes great photos, so in the end, I think it was worth it. Just kidding. I'm proud of you Long! Keep shooting your Wong Kar Wai-like shots."

    December 8th, 2005

November 2005
Sacramento, California
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