the life that slides for road told from a bench
the bench 2 (removing)
the bench 3 (family)
the bench 4 (playing)
the bench 5 (shopping)
the bench 7 (calling)
the bench 8 (loving)
the bench 9 (looking)
the bench 10 (smoking pause)
the bench 6 (waiting)
the bench 12 (time passes)
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Nathan Morison (Deleted) gave props (16 Nov 2008):
This made me laugh :) Its a nice idea.
Sonia Adam Murray gave props (17 Nov 2008):
Great creative idea and photos well done, I voted for you!
Joerg Schlagheck gave props (27 Nov 2008):
Great idea! The pictures tell the story! My vote!
aurelio laloni gave props (16 Dec 2008):
fantastico! clap clap clap!!!
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Leslie Granda-Hill gave props (19 Jul 2009):
Clever idea. Well done!
JPG gave props (2 Jun 2013):
Congrats on being The Story of the Week!
John Linton gave props (6 Jun 2013):
Hell YEAH! Rad!
Congrats on making Story of the Week!
Antonello Incagnone said (7 Jun 2013):
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Congrats on making it to the Story of the Week! Small but interesting story!
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