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    O libro não é em francês ...

    Oh dear, that took me a long time to compose that one sentence in Portuguese...
    "She now found herself more surrounded by more ... pieces than she had ever imagined" (???)

    To only photograph the half open book, and to focus on a couple of lines only, is quite something else, more so with the point of view chosen and the light you used. At first I thought, the bright light in the background would be distracting, but then I held a piece of paper over my screen in that area, just to see what the photo would look like without that bright rectangle, and now I feel that actually that spot is a balancing factor.

    I like how the window light (?) outlines the face of the girl in the last photo, though all in all I tend to like the second photo best, only does she have those blown areas in her face. But the texture of her hair shows so well in that one.
     

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