29 Hot Pictures of Sunglasses

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Surprisingly enough, the first use of sunglasses was not to protect our eyes from the sun, but rather it began about a thousand years ago for judges to hide their eyes and facial expressions in court. Sam Foster, in 1929, invented the first pair of sunglasses made especially to protect your eyes from the sun. Check out these 29 hot pictures of sunglasses.

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Through Sunglasses by Florin Gorgan

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Rayban HDR by Easa Shamih

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NYC by Vincent

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Catching the Evening Sun in Stockholm by Vincent

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Patriotic Pampered Pocket Pooch Posing Proudly by Randy Robertson

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Get Real! by William Cho

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20070711-8732-2b by Dan Foy

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Mila at the Beach by Boudewijn Berends

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Mom in Reflection with Storm Clouds by Marya

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48/365-Puppy Kisses by Cordey

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My Red Sunglasses by Vincent

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Reflections by Mel Stoutsenberger

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image by Misserion

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9840 by Austin Anomic

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image by Luis Hernandez

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Stylin' by Marvin Kuo

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Hubba Hubba Bubba by Paige

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Cheese by Joseph Paquette

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Martini Girl by Angelo González

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YvesSaintLaurent by Tani Spectre

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Reflection (EXPLORED!) by Nono Fara

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Stevie & Alicia by Shandi-Lee

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Stained-Glass Windows by Leland Francisco

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107/365 by Meghan

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desireejumpingabrahambubbles by Kristen Hartsoch

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Sexy Bitch by Dan Queiroz

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198/365 - Seven Deadly Sins - Pride. by Courtney Carmody

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Sunglasses by Allen Skyy

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image by Connor Tarter

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