posted by muggezifter at 10:34 PM
very funny :). just discovered your blog. and all i can say is, from looking at your pictures, there's this gut feeling taking on me and it cries out loud DAAADDDYYYYYYY DON'T GO AWAYYYY
What the Fu...!?!?Fantastic! This is what the internet was invented for!!!Excellent. Keep it up. You just got a link on my blog (make your own mind up if that's worth anything or not).
excellent!I love it :)
wow! awesome!!very creative.you just let me curious, 'cause i can't see your face... LOLkeep it up!!
caralho, bixo! que blog tosco da porra. voce nao tem o que fazer? ligar a câmera e sair correndo é foda de tao sem graça. isso é coisa de qualira, baitola, queima-rosca. é coisa de quem pega sabonete no chão. que tosqueira fuderosa do caralho.agora traduza!!!
Why on Earth do you do this shit???
sad. very, very sad.
Thats the way, nice move around the puddle.
Just seen your link to http://blipfoto.com/16x9 Thanks a lot, today I'm at number 9. Its going to be a worldwide crazy thing.
Are you crazy mothafucka?
colega tiene usted un preblema muy gordo
I liked it, made me laugh.
this is one of the most funny and interesting things i have seing since a really while.could i meet you in person?
Great blog, dude. I've linked it to mine.
you could try running backwards to. but don't trip :P
I really like your concept, and to follow through a great idea with so many examples is also very inspiring - most would shoot a few in a week and be done with it.The fact you have many shots from Amsterdam is also appealing - such a beautiful city!clintond,sydney
As an amateur photographer I find your work very inspiring. Thanks for sharing.
De qué escaparas malandrín!?biutiful che.
This is hilarious, yet oddly inspiring.That damned puddle slowed you down!
Red schocks :)
ever try 3 seconds?
I'll speak in french.J'aime ce blog.:)
As someone who runs from cameras myself, and a former Amsterdam native. Wat leuk!!
great blog, just discovered it cuz a friend posted it on his own blog (http://keseyoke.blogspot.com/) in the dominican republic.... now that i see this pict i know that some streets in the netherlands are "changing" pave for the bricks, i had the chance to visit few places there and i thought that those streets were hundreds of years like that...
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