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Vogue Italia, 1969

Vogue Italia, 1969

 

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  1. pixelindiepentente says:

    Congratulations again. I just love the vibes your blog passes. Is something like seeing the story of an old picture., and you’re telling it with all this nostalgia from the times you took.
    Also, it looks kind of vintage (the blog visual)
    So, yeah, keep the good work, so i can keep up reading, i would love it

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  2. elmediat says:

    Excellent. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Love this :p genius โค

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  4. Bushka says:

    To See or Not To See….. ๐Ÿ˜‰ Good one.

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  5. Sona Rulz says:

    taken aback!
    how brilliant….

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  6. Nurse Kelly says:

    Wonderful and unique as always!

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  7. Bumba says:

    Did you hear about the optician who was melting glass in a vat, fell in, and made a spectacle of himself?

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  8. booguloo says:

    You Clever Boy!! Forgot where that came from but Doctor Who is in the lead….—Smile—

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  9. Deborah Moss says:

    Brilliant.

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  10. heyjude6119 says:

    That sound? That’s me applauding. Well done!!

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  11. Enjoyed this thoroughly. Great photo inspiration. Like where it took your creativity.

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  12. cliff445 says:

    Based on the scope and depth of this excellent piece, eye can see you have a clear understanding of your chosen subject. Eye like how you focussed on and framed your poem on the ocular nature of your chosen visual! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  13. And reflective glasses reveal the viewer.
    Elan, where do you get your lovely old photos?
    I needed one today at hwrycewrites.com/.
    And so which glasses are you using today?

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  14. I love reading on your site! You are very clever. This was so subtle at first, that I am embarrassed to say I almost didn’t catch the twists. I was pleasantly amused with this poem in particular, once I woke my brain up. lol. thx for the giggle and brain-teaser. Cheers!

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  15. emmalmoore says:

    Wow! Never gave any thought to the different styles and types. Thanks for the lesson. Blessings.

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  16. Quirky, original and fun…a lot of play on words and food for thought. Thanks again Elan for such a treat :).

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  17. Magnifying glasses blow things out of proportion- love it.

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  18. That’s a 20/20, Elan….. Cleverly done, funny as hell, loved it!

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  19. anghilar says:

    Magnifying glasses blow things out of proportion….what more can I say….brilliant

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  20. dezaro says:

    Love it!

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  21. vivachange77 says:

    Fun reading what you make out of ordinary objects, as always. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  22. lghoelson says:

    Thank you Elan. My eyes understand each other now.

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  23. Tony says:

    WONDERUL… I love it, makes me laugh at the start of my day

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  24. I think you pretty much summed up the ocular world. Well done!

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  25. AWH says:

    This is amazing and amusing. I think I’m a telescope myself.

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  26. skat says:

    You’re in a glass of your own.

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  27. meshelkelly says:

    This was so different, I really enjoyed it!

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  28. writenlive says:

    “Observatories are voyeurs”! Isn’t that wonderful!

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  29. I see what you did there.

    ECHO ECHO

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  30. doriandean says:

    Oh, this is fun. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  31. Life Reflections says:

    Reblogged this on Life Reflections and commented:
    From a very creative author who actually found me. Enjoy!

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  32. Life Reflections says:

    I love the play on words, the imagery, all of it. Thank you!

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