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After a visit to a museum for a photo exhibition I met this old (88 years) man.
We talked a bit and later he agreed on me shooting this picture.

Fujifilm X100 @ f2.8

 

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Edited by Luc de Schepper
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What a great character for a portrait!  Well done Luc.


Bill

.... it all gets better as we grow younger and thinner.

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