tienes fotos donde tu estes
What does it mean and is it grammatically correct
It has some misspelling and due to lack of punctuation it is hard to say whether it was meant as a statement or a question.
Literally it says:
[do] you have photographs where you are.
tú and estés need an accent mark.
You'll have to decide whether it is more meaningful as a question or as a statement.
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