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  • Monica Marie

    slow dance in the kitchen (Photo: Elliott Erwitt, Valencia, Spain, 1952)

  • Malorie Dickhaus

    dancing in the kitchen (Photo: Elliott Erwitt, Valencia, Spain, 1952) This is one of those special moments that makes me the happiest in life.

  • Emily Keen

    Nothing quite as good as dancing in the kitchen. By Elliott Erwitt ( Elliot Erwitt is one of my favorite photographers)

  • Courtney Wagner

    slow dancing in the kitchen... "Valencia, Spain, 1952"; photography by Elliott Erwitt

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