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Same place, different year #1

Same place, different year #1 그 때 그 장소 #1 Paris, France, 2014/2012 A project I will do more than some years at least. The reason for doing this project is I want to remind all my memories I've experienced before. And also I want to describe the past moments connected to the present. That means all the time is continuous. 몇 년간 이어질 프로젝트로써 현재와 연결된 과거를 표현하고 싶고 이것을 통해 과거의 순간들을 회상하고 싶어서 시작하게 되었습니다! http://www.cocufoto.com
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i like the thought concept behind it..
@Cocofoto Awesome! Thanks for sharing :)
nooo, thank you for sharing with us...
Thanks! I understood what you said. I just want to make it like a puzzle to match up from the past to the present. Lol anyway thanks for giving me advice and different concept! And Korean means same as the English sentences! :)
Great shot! I like how you broke from lining it up perfectly, I get the sense that it is the same location without having it be perfectly matched (which can be a bit cliche...lol). By the way, what does the korean mean?
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