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Rome, 2003. Evan had been given our old camera to use in Rome. Sadly, it was only after we had toured the Forum and Palatine Hill that we discovered that he had neglected to turn off the camera in between taking pictures.

We had about 45 shots of his feet taken as he walked around, bumping the camera button as he went.

Comments (6)

Maybe you have the makings for a photo exihibit in some chic gallery.

Funny. Was it digital or was it film?

LOL. I'd love to see more of Evan's feet shots in Rome.

Happened to me before:)

Ahh - the be back in Rome! That is a funny story. Thank goodness with digital it is easy to 'clear' up those surprise pics!

I hope it was digital so you could delete most of them. Funny story (but probably wasn't at that moment). Great take on the theme this week.

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