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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

Tags: Portraits and people

Voters: aitchbrown, lonely_oryx, taggart and 19 more

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lonely_oryx 13 61 55 England
12 Oct 2009 8:15PM
Love the interest being shown by those watching. Well captured
Herge88 Plus
14 40 6 England
13 Oct 2009 11:09AM
Interesting image here George.

Best Matt
JimV 14 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 14 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.
Brilane 14 5 12 Wales
14 Oct 2009 3:15PM
Looks a bit painful to me, George.
mark1309 14 13 United Kingdom
15 Oct 2009 12:06AM
Nice series George, looks very interesting the techniques he uses,
DP_Imagery 16 24 6 Wales
15 Oct 2009 1:02AM
Ouch! remind me not to have a massage any time soon Wink Great capture George.

16 Oct 2009 7:38PM
Excellent capture. Made me smile.
brownsilent 14 7 2 United Kingdom
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???
tigertimb 13 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

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