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  • Tracey Swinbanks

    Black and White

  • Marlee

    "My mother is hot black tea, so strong, she's almost coffee." Marlee describes her family and friends as a certain drink.

  • wannabe-guitarist

    She awakens once again, in the house of the one who monitored her journey so closely, who mirrored all her steps. She begins to understand. "The world makes sense here." she says, satisfied. A cup of tea awaits her.

  • Meg B

    #Coffee #Photography

  • Marie Nashan

    Coffee #black #white #photography

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