Bree Smoking

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© Stephanie Glaros
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Photo Info
UploadedJune 25, 2010
TakenSeptember 26, 2009
Exposure1/160 sec at f/3.5
FlashCompulsory Flash
Focal Length21 mm
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Q: I've noticed that five of my uploads have " Hot" in front of the caption. Why are they caterogized that way ?

A: Do you know?

Photo license: © All rights reserved

Living next door to a strip club, I always see girls smoking out front, sometimes in their street clothes, sometimes dressed for work. I wanted to photograph them for the longest time, but was too intimidated to ask. Then one day I walked past and saw Bree outside in her amazing boots. I got up the nerve to go back and ask if I could take her picture. She said "Sure, as long as my kids don't see them."

In the The Girls Next Door photo essay.


7 responses

  • Robert Larrazolo

    Robert Larrazolo gave props (24 Jun 2010):

    Cool capture.

  • Grant Winter

    Grant Winter gave props (29 Jun 2010):

    Love it. It tells such a story.

  • Maura Wolfson-Foster

    Maura Wolfson-Foster gave props (1 Jul 2010):

    Lucky the irony ~ !!!

  • Torontosaurus

    Torontosaurus said (6 Jul 2010):

    This is a good picture. People have this very stereotypical view of strippers. I think this shows a genuine human being. I also don't think the word, "choice" is ironic. Choice says a lot about what we all take for granted in life. Next time you see her say hi for me and all the other people out here.

  • Jenny Quilty

    Jenny Quilty gave props (11 Aug 2010):

    great subject matter with the words reading choice on the window.

  • ndiginiz

    ndiginiz said (20 Aug 2010):

    Tena koe e hoa

    That the word "CHOICE" is framed does present some preconceptions and misconceptions but perhaps more importantly it affords some thinking.... how, why, what, right or wrong. Whether by accident or purposefully I like the synergy of human interest vs. textual connotations, the speculation it provides.

  • Maxim Gorev

    Maxim Gorev (Deleted) said (22 Apr 2011):

    nice shot!

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