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MediumSizeUnavailable


Quote:Don't argue with a stupid person because he will drag you down to his level then beat you with experience.
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  • !

    was going for romantic gaze through the mosquito screen, but I'll confirm going for a deliberate ghostly look to whoever mentions it Wink
    • 4 Mar 2013 6:28PM
  • /\

    Thanks for the comment Eric
    • 1 Mar 2013 11:42PM
  • Skip Away

    Reminds me of willy ronis' paris shot of a little lad running by with a french baguette
    • 25 Feb 2013 6:50PM
  • :-(

    thanks guys
    • 19 Feb 2013 8:41PM
  • The On The Road Shots (9)

    Not nepalese, but clearly a vulcan Tongue
    • 27 Dec 2012 10:54PM
  • Hanging Garlands of

    uploads like these shouldn't be allowed. it's just repulsive

    Wink
    • 27 Dec 2012 10:52PM
  • the dance....

    smells like teen spirit

    Wink
    • 20 Nov 2012 12:57AM
  • great! this is just like seeing an old girlfriend again after many years, and getting that warm, mushy feeling inside when you realize she's still as ugly as she used to be Grin
    • Posted on POOCHIE's profile
    • 13 Jul 2008 3:22PM
  • Rumour has it that you eloped with Georgie ?! And still no new upload !? Could it be true then ?!
    ;o)
  • lol @ Joe
  • At the time I worked for a belgian tour operator Jill. I could work on my own and it gave me the chance to see a bit more of the world, but not as a tourist. 3 years (or rather summer seasons) I worked in Turkey, near Antalya. I knew one of Mr. Yildiz' daughters through work, and since we lived in the same local village I often was a guest at their home. As his daughters had grown up in Germany, we communicated in German (apart of course from the desperate glimpses from my side and their teasing winks in return lol).
    Anyway, since about 5 years I live in Thailand and work in Bangkok for the Belgian govenment.
    Regrettably I never used my live abroad to its full potential from the photographic point of view. No EPZ at the time :o)
    By the way, I believe photos are more often a distortion of reality than a true reflection of it, a bit like memories I guess. For example people seeing my photos might be misled into thinking that I have a wonderfull happy life and am to be envied lol. But it doesn't quite work like that, does it ? ;o)
    Thanks for your nice comment(s) by the way Jill. Appreciate it a lot.