Parfum d'été

Parfum d'été

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El Porte-Bonheur


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Comments 28

  • alessandro tagliaferri 26/06/2011 15:58

    Bella: gran b.n.
  • Antonio Persano - EFIAP 04/08/2010 22:45

    Differenze... una metafora della vita.
    Efficace.
  • Mick K. 09/02/2010 10:24

    Even though parfum may play a part, to me
    this image portrays alienation per se.

    And it does it very well.

    cheers, mick
  • Enzo Leprai 24/12/2009 12:21

    con questo freddo questa foto mi fa venire veramente nostalgia dell'estate.. brava.. e Buon Natale!
  • Alberto Angelici 20/12/2009 8:05

    Una simpatica scena emblematica di un'estate che, guardando la neve fuori dalla finsetra, appare remota come non mai.
    Molti Auguri per le imminenti Festività.
    Alberto
  • Andreas Beier 11/12/2009 15:16

    sehr sehr schön !!!
  • ferran petit 01/12/2009 21:30

    me gusta la escena realmente huele a verano
  • Fons van Swaal 29/11/2009 10:46

    Beautiful candid work........!!!
    Greetings,
    F....
  • Guglielmo Rispoli 27/11/2009 0:10

    una scena normale
    con un bellissimo BW
    complimenti EL
    ciao Gugglielmo
  • Silvia Simonato. 26/11/2009 16:05

    Una escena cotidiana muy interesante, lograda imagen!!
    Saludos Silvia
  • Berthold Klammer 23/11/2009 12:21

    A very sensitive story.., you are telling... a break on a warm summer afternoon (or a later time of day???, sorry) ...dog is sleepy...etc...
    regards Berthold
  • Comy 21/11/2009 20:36

    !!!
  • DRAGA PUC 21/11/2009 17:25

    strong BW scene!!!! I like it a lot,
    rd
  • CsomorLászló 21/11/2009 17:13

    Great paparazzi pic-:)
    ciao
    CsL
  • s. sabine krause 21/11/2009 10:31

    great mischievous title! the "parfum d'été" in fact seems to be everywhere: the light and sunny version of it is in the flowers, the sparklingly light air, and the sparklingly light outfit of the lady on the phone ; )). but there's also a darker, heavier version of the perfume: the dark flowers on the "dark lady's" outfit… oh, and of course the "dark" mood expressed in the "light lady's" impatient gesture… amazing, too how everything seems to grow upwards – the flowers, and the patterns in the white chair and white vases…wow, long comment! sorry! great street impression as always! greetings, sabine.