The hands

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    whoa...different-almost dark
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    Yes I agree almost dark - lots of character in these hands

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    wow - totally cool shot!
    very interesing and just drew me in!
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    I agree. These hands show a great deal of character. Can you share with us the circumstances that drew you to make this image?

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    Wow. The stories those hands could (help) tell.


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