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    • sawada

      Alain Delon with Rangefinder. Added by [ mandy lee ] LADY AND PUPS Via jhacciry. #Fotografía #Photography #AlainDelon

    • Erika Kahlo

      Alain Delon, 1962 - photo by Jack Garofalo. Whole new meaning to this picture after watching "The Birds" ;)

    • Carollee Lockwood

      Alain Delon, 1962 - photo by Jack Garofalo. For @ kimberlylockwood who loves birds with all her heart.

    • Caroline Rebecca

      Crows are so smart and love to have their picture taken. - Alain Delon, 1962 - photo by Jack Garofalo.

    • Tatum

      - Proximity Photography - How close you are to whatever you’re shooting. - This is a proximity photo because the man in the picture is taking a picture very close up to the birds, and the person taking a picture of him is fairly close to him.

    • Jessica Paris-Petro

      Alain Delon, 1962 - photo by Jack Garofalo.Bah I would FREAK out! I am so very scared of birds

    • Gitte Daphne Lætgaard Tinning

      Alain Delon, camera, birds, man, male, photographer, camera, photograph, photo b/w.

    • Rabel CP ♛

      Black white photography birds. (Alain Delon)

    • Sabrina Schinstock

      birds, camera, photography, black and white

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