The American People Archive.Seaside Portfolio. Youths Party During Spring Break.

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© Alwyn Scott Turner
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6 responses

  • dL

    dL (Deleted) gave props (1 Oct 2011):

    Great narrative image, and excellent composition!

  • Paperini Renato

    Paperini Renato gave props (6 Oct 2011):

    Balanced composition, clear separation of the two groups, very convincing

  • Elyseo

    Elyseo gave props (8 Oct 2011):

    I agree with paperini!!

  • Cindy Griff

    Cindy Griff   said (19 Oct 2011):

    Excellent capture of a happy moment in time...

  • Charles Rushton

    Charles Rushton said (29 Oct 2011):

    You have a good eye for geometry. I like the alignment of the figures in this photograph. You can see a lot of faces here. It is difficult to photograph this sort of crowd scene without seeing mostly backs of heads.

  • The Man Who Isn't There

    The Man Who Isn't There (Deleted) gave props (29 Oct 2011):

    Again. This series is amazing.

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