It always amazes me how people look when taking pictures.They look frozen while dancing.
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7 thoughts on “Frozen.”
The camera is such a four dimensional tool. A slice of time preserved.
It is. Thanks
Of course you realize that with the title of this post I now have “that” song in my head 😉
Errr. Which song would that be?
And now it’s stuck in my head again…let it goooooooo 😉
Wow me too! They look like they ARE really dancing! How wonderful that you caught so many taking photos at the same time!
Next time you are in a crowd taking pictures turn around and take a few of them. It’s a lot of fun when you get home and have a look.