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Monday, December 10, 2007

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Judy

I love these images and your coecnpt “What do you see, feel”? For me, photography is all about the feeling you get when looking at a picture. I can use these images with my clients instead of the Rorschach ink blots; I think they invoke more emotion. What do you feel when you look at them?

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