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Robert M Poole
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I've found a new project as an addition to my street portrait project. Dog street portraits! So... Meet Pancho.

 

 

 

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Argostoli, Kefalonia, Greece

 

 

Massimo

Here's one from Argostoli last year. His name was Elvis and lived in the café next to the bus station.

 

 

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Another from NYC...

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Another from NYC...

They say BMW drivers are badA.. but this one prove them wrong. Look how cute this BMW drive is:-)

 

 

www.rodriguezahr.com

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!st Avenue, NYC

IIIg, 50mm elmar, Portra 400

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Health warning: Not for the faint-hearted...

My four legged friend by -Steve Ricoh-

 

No, not picking the residue off the paving, but wiping the dogs ****

 

Oh dear!

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Wall Street

MM, 28

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Big-ass ear-to-ear smile on this pup...

MM/28

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My neighbors cat never miss a nap on my hammock whenever he realizes I'm home. My best friend the in the village.

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