The Last Picture

The last picture of 2012, that is. Random shot taken with mono filter. A couple walking back from the store. My story is that they were last minute purchases for the New Year celebration, but you can come up with your own 🙂

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I’m yet to take a picture this year…

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4 thoughts on “The Last Picture

  1. I think your right, definitely beer in the carrier and the guy on the right is sorting out which party to go to… nice last shot. Looking forward to more in 2013 🙂

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