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These black & white film photos that I have stored on my computer feels very real to me. It`s like when I post one of these, I expect all of you to see beyond what you actually see, and get your imagination going.
I photographed this only a few hours after I photographed dreams, and it was to become one of our craziest days in Tunisia with very rude sellers, a total lack of communication among the four of us, The discussion, and The agreement (that led to us feeling more united than ever before.) It`s called living.
I remember taking a cigarette just before we cleaned the air, and I watched him walking down the street, and the way he moved made me wonder if he felt the way I did too - but he chose to leave.

Nikon EL2
Kodak TMax 400

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there is something about this that evokes the imagination for sure ... i think it is the distance, the lingering thought of a life down there that is somehow connected to the camera shot moment ... and then add the internet and that connection becomes even more dimensional ...

I really like this, it kind of reminds me of http://www.pluckthepetal.com/orangedaisies/2006/11/photographer.html in that I felt a connection looking down which mirrored what I wanted to be doing and then ended up doing ... if that makes any sort of sense ...
 
Makes sense to me...
 
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