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  1. December 7, 2013

    If that’s an ankle bracelet, I can read the cards for him. I figure it’s actually a tattoo. Your black and white images are superb. The grittiness of them works so well. I also like the other brown tones in some of them. Great photography!

  2. November 4, 2013

    Really different motifs.
    It makes me smile. 🙂

  3. November 4, 2013

    I really like this photo. You captured the dynamics and intensity of the two. Here, b&w works wonderfully. Your blacks increase the depth and intensity of the photo. Congratulations.

    • November 4, 2013

      Thanks, Tim. Glad you enjoyed it. I like this photo, too – it takes me back to the moment every time I look at it.

  4. stampwithtaylor #
    November 4, 2013

    I did a reading a few months ago. I miss doing them. You captured such a beautiful moment. 🙂

    • November 4, 2013

      Oh wow! Glad you like the shot.

      • stampwithtaylor #
        November 4, 2013

        I can never remember what I say when I do a reading. It just comes out. I don’t use a traditional tarot deck, but the Brian Froud Faerie Oracle. Love it!!!

      • January 26, 2014

        i just stumbled across this image of myself doing tarot in union square.. this is Tate… i LOVE the image, absolutely,,, thank you 🙂 and ps. stampwithtaylor: i believe i was using the Brian Froud Faerie Oracle in this image, what a beautiful coincidence!

      • January 27, 2014

        Hi Tate! What a pleasure to meet you! Thanks so much for getting in touch + I am so glad that you like the image of yourself. What a great coincidence! Are you still in NYC or back to Melbourne? No Tarot at Union Square these days. I was there a couple of days ago in the freezing cold.

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