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posted by Gil at 3:22 AM
That is a striking photograph, sir. Keep up the great work.
Shame George Bush
And i thought it happened only in my country,india!
I think he was my Humanities classmate at Harvard.
Hi Gil, I found you while blog surfing. Your pics are outstanding. I hope to visit NYC one day. I am in the USAF stationed in Wichita Falls TX. If you get a chance, drop by my Psycho Circus. Take care, Paul
Hey Gil!how are you doing this new year? until now I´d just seen your snow photos but this last job is amazing , I´m traying to do something more "compromised" too.Take care,by the way...your spanish is getting better!!:-)
Gil,The photo says so much and your work is amazing. Thank you for sharing your gift.Angi
nice photos. I enjoy seeing the world through others eyes
Wonderful. I love the Merry Christmas on the festive window display. The dichotomy is disgusting in this country where people starve while we complain about how much ice is in our McDonalds Coke. Keep it up.
Great photo. I was in New York for the first time recently and walked up Fifth Avenue and was so struck by the amount of homeless people. Homeless people in a Church across from Prada. Homeless next to the doors of Chanel. And this is the world we live in? The have's and the have-not's...
Great blog!Found starbender here by chance. hello to her!
homeless have it better in japan.
wow...i think your work's amazing...but u've probably heard it a thousand timesbefore...cheers.
YOUR PICS ARE SO GREAT I AM SPEECHLESS!!!
You have a keen eye. This last photo is incredibly resonant.Keep up the good work. Gifts like yours should never be wasted.Namaste.
Yeah great pic. Also, this man's ass is probably frozen LOL
Hi,Was blog-surfing and found yours by accident. I'm no expert when it comes to photography, but I have to say I'm very impressed with what I've seen on your blog. I remember visiting NYC for the first time and hating every minute of it because it's so self-important and cruel, but seeing these photos are once again reminding me why this city is loved by so many across the world. Keep it up...Chrissy
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