vraiment sympathique (et une bonne idee) cette photo de cet homme qui rigole
Nice shot with those two long boarders coming down the road!
Fotos a pie de calle...Saludos y un abrazo.
just a smile can make your day !wonderful ! thank youhave a smiling day
Is this the portrait of an artist who will expose at the Indian Market?
It looks familiar, but I might be wrong...
A prominent Native American artist, perhaps? An anniversary?
I'm smiling Randy!!(really I am!)
How interesting. This is one of those pictures that make you smile, too! It looks like a photo from the 1930s.And re your comment on Ocala DP: Not my ride, darn it!
Ok. I will.
A smile is infectious for sure!
ha, i wonder what that is about? when you find out you'll have to fill us in! :)
does it have something to do with the native american festival you've got coming up? what a great photo! such a great face!
Intriguing... looks like he knows something we don't.
Interesting. I look forward to hearing what it is all about.
Sounds like a mystery to unfold.
This is great! I love this kind of things in a city.
A follower of Bobby McFerrin perhaps? Cool find.
I believe this is part of the "Inside Out Project". Check it here, it's really cool: http://www.insideoutproject.net/:
I am, and broadly at that!!!!
To smile is alwys good. He looks Indian.
Yes, we need to hear the story about this happy gent! I wonder if it is soft marketing for a gallery in the area?Loved your turquoise bench yesterday, too.Bises,Genie
Great happy picture to see!
Let us know who that is.Thanks for the street shot also!
Smiles are definitely contagious!
interesting image. Richard
It is a contagious smile! You must find out what it's all about.
Fantastic portrait!Very nice composition Randy! ;-)
I love it! It actually made me smile:)
It's great Randy! Is it a promotion for a gallery or something like that?
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