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Black and White Handshake

Black and White Handshake

Closeup of two hands, one belonging to a person with a black skin tone and the other to a person with a white skin tone. The hands are intertwined, clasped together in a handshake gesture. Fingers from both hands are interlaced, creating a visually striking display of unity and connection. The contrast between the black and white hands symbolizes racial diversity and the coming together of different backgrounds. The handshake represents mutual respect, friendship, and the forging of a bond. The hands and fingers stand out prominently against a black background, emphasizing the significance of this moment of unity.

Image ID#: 15145 / Category: People / Price: 499$
Black and White Handshake
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