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The Human Fragments- Canadian Photographer Michael Ernest Sweet

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  • Unas fotos geniales ! .Buenísima presentación. Gracias, querida Magdalena.Un abrazo.
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  • Superb! Ordinary manners become the visual impact,thank you Magda,Have a wonderful evening!
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  • @johndemi Muchas gracias querido John! Deseo un bonito dia. Un abrazo grande.
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  • Bravo Magdalena,I love B&W photography.hugs.
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  • @mireille30100 Muchas gracias Mireille!Le deseo un estupendo fin de semana!
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  • 1. Michael Ernest Sweet, born in 1979, is a Canadian educator, writer and street photographer. He is a national recipient of both the Prime Minister’s Award and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal in Canada for significant contributions to his country in the field of education and the arts. Michael’s first published collection of photography will be released in the winter of 2013 from Brooklyn Arts. His work focuses on the human fragment with shots of random arms, legs, feet and arms that he sees in public spaces with a high-contrast, gritty look to them.

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