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    1. odette.h 97 months ago | reply

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    2. uncaged 96 months ago | reply

      the light is really great. it adds to the peace in the photo

    3. *bufan 96 months ago | reply

      nice composition..
      great

    4. Nino H 96 months ago | reply

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      great!!, seen in last 7 days interesting

    5. MaureenShaughnessy 96 months ago | reply

      perfect! so simple and pure. i love the light in this one. relaxation .....

    6. Ying Venus 96 months ago | reply

      Great shot !!

    7. seri* 96 months ago | reply

      so beautiful...
      I can imagine the background stories.
      great capture!

    8. Bee-lee 96 months ago | reply

      gorgeous - love it

    9. Laura Vancane 96 months ago | reply

      this is amazing!:)

    10. Lady Vervaine 96 months ago | reply

      very nice indeed

    11. k.gregory 96 months ago | reply

      i was reading this: alecsoth.com/blog/page/2/

      and saw this:

      I’m a big fan of John Shabel’s series, Passengers. Over several years, Shabel shot thousands of grainy photographs of airplane passengers from which he selected fifteen images. Along with photographing at night (in order to see inside the plane), Shabel liked to shoot while it rained because it meant the planes were more likely to be delayed on the tarmac. This mix of rain, darkness and grain gives the pictures an especially somber mood.

      In an interview with Egg, Shabel describes his pictures as portraits (and reminds me of the recent discussion of unconscious models)...

      and thought of your series.

    12. Garth Leach [deleted] 96 months ago | reply

      Groovy shot. The water out the window really adds a surreal quality

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    13. Yellowhammer 94 months ago | reply

      strangely moving

    14. FotoRolf 90 months ago | reply

      Very beautiful shot, I love it!

    15. Sabino . 62 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Recordis Photography, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    16. e.zgikilic 3 weeks ago | reply

      This photo like a paint. Its increase to my imagination.

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