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Leica d-lux 4 color

color color!

 

 

North Beach

Haight Street

my bedroom

multi exposure

Fisherman's wharf

 

video made of still photography here; ( my u-tube channel)

YouTube - Kanal von violashutters

 

web

Kelly Rae Daugherty's Photography | SmugMug

 

thank you for looking. happy clicking!

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Leica d-lux 4 color

color color!

 

 

North Beach

Haight Street

my bedroom

multi exposure

Fisherman's wharf

 

video made of still photography here; ( my u-tube channel)

YouTube - Kanal von violashutters

 

web

Kelly Rae Daugherty's Photography | SmugMug

 

thank you for looking. happy clicking!

 

 

 

oopsy! This one didn't attach! Fisherman's Wharf:

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Delightful, and I like 1 & 3 best. In 1 the gent on the right almost looks plastic, like a mannequin or dummy. I'd like them to have the sleeves tailored. 3 suggest dreaming -- probably edgy dreams.

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