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What’s amazing about that fifth picture is that it looks like it was taken in Hamburg or something when he was 18 but he’s 40 in that photo! It’s in the McCartney II deluxe book.
I’ll take a Paul blow out any day.
I’d love to photograph Paul. You can always trust him to pull an awesome pose. There’s very few pictures of him that are ever the same!
The 7th picture is really wonderful! It looks like a recent pic — does anyone know where/when was it taken?
You’re too good to us, Miss Tammy.
At first, I’m not very good at english but I have to express my fascination for this photo blog. I’m new viewer this blog and I impatiently wait for new pictures every day, especially for Paul’s photos.
There are a lot of photograph I’ve never seen. Furthermore I can learn more about my favourite band.
So it’s very good job, Tammy.
Greetings from Poland
Why is Paul crying? What an incredibly sad photo.
Hi Ines, your English is fine, probably better than mine
Welcome and enjoy the pics.
You have to wonder what goes through Paul’s mind when he’s sees a crowd like this. I know that he’s dealt with this for over 45 years now but still. Great shot too. The second head from the left(fan) looks like John circa 1966.
Thanks again for maintaining your website. I enjoy seeing “new to me” pictures and reading the comments. It provides a great, short retreat during the day. I especially like the Paul photos. Looking through this grouping, it’s interesting to see which features of older Paul are visible in younger Paul and vice versa.
I am sure he’s joking.
Regarding the 7th picture down, it was taken July 28, 2010 in Charlotte NC–the only show where he wore that Fab BeatleMod suit jacket.
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