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12 October "Something About Me... -II"

By GeorgeRusky
Hi Everyone

Here's another shot of a new "Something About Me..."series of images where you can see M. Oliver Aron of Massage Academy in Paris

Wishing you light and pleasant touch of loving hands Smile
Cheers
George

Tags: Portraits and people

Voters: aitchbrown, lonely_oryx, taggart and 19 more


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Comments


lonely_oryx 8 61 54 England
12 Oct 2009 8:15PM
Love the interest being shown by those watching. Well captured

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Herge88 Plus
9 40 4 England
13 Oct 2009 11:09AM
Interesting image here George.

Best Matt
JimV 10 6 3 Canada
14 Oct 2009 4:37AM
Have never had a massage, and after seeing these uploads, I don't think I want one George, just watching is painful enough Smile
Rgds., Jim
dianah 9 24.5k 4 United Kingdom
14 Oct 2009 12:10PM
No smiles here then George..just intense concentration. I am so glad that my aromatherapy massages are a bit less strenuous ! Smile Great shot of something totally different.
Di
Brilane 10 5 12 Wales
14 Oct 2009 3:15PM
Looks a bit painful to me, George.
Brian
mark1309 9 13 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2009 12:06AM
Nice series George, looks very interesting the techniques he uses,
Mark.
DP_Imagery Plus
11 24 6 Wales
15 Oct 2009 1:02AM
Ouch! remind me not to have a massage any time soon Wink Great capture George.

Bruce
16 Oct 2009 7:38PM
Excellent capture. Made me smile.
Christine
19 Oct 2009 8:16AM
Ouch again - the most hurtful part - and he is not joking... looks very serious job he is doing... just between us - do you think the lady is still smiling???
Johanna
tigertimb 8 40 66 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2009 1:15PM
A great series George and the shots nicely capture the story from start to finish: thought I'd put my comment on my favourite Smile
Reading some other comments, I really like the clutter and the crowd; it's fascinating to see such an intimate activity taking place in such a public setting and I love seeing the reactions of the onlookers and these two very focussed.
Also been intriguing to read the different stories people have been imagining running through the series; have to say it doesn't always look pain free, but maybe that's a reaction from someone who couldn't bend to that extent Wink
Tim

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