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Andrew Bush, Man rolling along (and whistling audibly) on U.S. Route 101 at approximately 55 mph on
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Andrew Bush

Man rolling along (and whistling audibly) on U.S. Route 101 at approximately 55 mph on a summer day in 1989,
From the Vector Portraits series
Website - http://www.andrewbush.net/

Posted on Saturday, July 12, 2008.

 

 

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