1. Todd says:

    #57 agree

    • Peter says:

      Your post makes me smile. I love the eengry of your shot, and I laughed out loud at the fact that you couldn’t not make the open mouth face when jumping. Such fun. :) Oh, and anytime I try to “pose” serious or “romantic” looking, I always look like a bit angry. Must watch more Tyra apparently. :)

  2. kent says:

    They all look like they're in their late 20's to me.

  3. Raph says:

    #32 is just great, haha

    none of those girls look in their teens, just sayin

  4. myhotrod1 says:

    #57 i agree

  5. Lolita says:

    I'll only run in heels if i wanna break my ankles.

    • Reda says:

      I sheoomw stumbled onto your blog. I collect photos of the 1930’s, give or take a decade. I have my “woman’s” project. I look for people, mainly women, mainly standing doing something I find interesting. I have had the privilege of looking through friends family photo albums and have been allowed to scan. I am convinced we are all one family, we all have the same type of photos: at the beach, camping, Easter Sunday – that sort of thing. Your mission makes going to estate sales in senior communities more interesting – the shoe boxes of misc. stuff. thanks –

  6. Rabab says:

    I awlyas have a hard time getting over self-consciousness when taking pics in grocery stores. I’m glad I got through it through because I really like some of the ones I ended up capturing. :)Here’s my

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