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Couple Uses Joint Pictures To Meet In The Middle (16 pics)

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  • 31 Jan, 2017  |
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Photographers and travelers Dan and Becca were temporarily separated when Dan moved to New York and she spent two and a half years in Asia. To stay close to each other they started a project called "Halfhalftravel" where they combined two images and turned them into one.

1 Couple Uses Joint Pictures To Meet In The Middle (16 pics)


2 Couple Uses Joint Pictures To Meet In The Middle (16 pics)


3 Couple Uses Joint Pictures To Meet In The Middle (16 pics)


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13 Couple Uses Joint Pictures To Meet In The Middle (16 pics)


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16 Couple Uses Joint Pictures To Meet In The Middle (16 pics)

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№1 Author: Glen Coco (31 Jan 2017 02:37) Total user comments: 125


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So who is hugging him in the first pic? 51
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