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Progressive Saturday Night (v.201)

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 25, 2018, 8:37 AM

Progressive fever by Batsceba
cover by :iconbatsceba:

Please enjoy a selection of the latest photos of street galleries

 if you like what you see, +favlove this article

and remember to visit the photographers' galleries as well ;) (Wink) 



u t o p i a by JonhyBlaze
Man in Black by burningmonk
Stop by shadowfoxcreative
Coke by cosmin-m
Athens Street-life by MikeHeard
LA Couple by makepictures
Hand by siddhartha19
Street Photography - Smile by briziofa73
Arequipa, Peru, July 2018 by djailledie
Goyard by Vermontster
generation: smart by jrockar
Saint Anthony Of The Sidewalk Repose by HomefreeVancouver





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batmantoo Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Found many faves again :)
djailledie Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
Nice! Thanks a lot, Batsceba. 
JACAC Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2018
r e a l l y . g r e a t . a n d . o k . =)=)
siddhartha19 Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2018
Thanks for the feature! :) 
shadowfoxcreative Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2018  Professional Photographer
Thank you for the feature
jrockar Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2018
makepictures Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2018
Thanks again.
sags Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2018
…. Humans are the BEST !!!

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