we are five, we leave in Rome, we call our house "colorbill".
each room has its own personality
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Spectre Photo gave props (5 Mar 2009):
I'm a little jealous. I love your colorful home!
Michael Adams gave props (5 Mar 2009):
Great essay. I like how you included yourself in each shot! Great job and my vote!
Martin E. Morris (Deleted) gave props (5 Mar 2009):
Impressive.Great reccuring theme throughout the images!!! Voted !!!
visithra manikam said (5 Mar 2009):
nice one love the contrast in colours n how you're in all the mirrors
francesco scipioni said (6 Mar 2009):
5 piccole perle! votate
Amanda said (18 Apr 2009):
your house is awesome!
Peterson, Dave Peterson gave props (5 Jun 2009):
Good Job, clever Idea (You're pretty too!)
Penelope T. said (16 Sep 2009):
very happy photographs!!!!
Javier Soto (Deleted) said (21 Sep 2010):
A story with common denominator ... of superb quality. Congratulations
Rajeev Jadhav gave props (23 Feb 2011):
Congratulations !!!!!!! A good photographs is alwayspowerful than 1000 words ur eassy proves that.
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