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8th September 2014
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but i'll pick up around you and clear everything out, leave you where i found you, while i figure you out
i've already posted a picture of the young girl on the right - it's one of my favourites in fact - however in that image i chose to crop out her younger sister. as you may have figured out from my last few posts i've been going through some of my old south american photos and picking out the ones that stood out. the formidable stare down the camera lens ensured that this one really did stand out. i like the fact that this was taken a matter of seconds after the previous photo, yet the facial expressions tell two totally different stories. that's the powerful illusion of photography.

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08/09/2014
while i figure you out
i've already posted a picture of the young girl on the right - it's one of my favourites in fact - however in that image i chose to crop out her younger sister. as you may have figured out from my last few posts i've been going through some of my old south american photos and picking out the ones that stood out. the formidable stare down the camera lens ensured that this one really did stand out. i like the fact that this was taken a matter of seconds after the previous photo, yet the facial expressions tell two totally different stories. that's the powerful illusion of photography.

here's the original