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And I saw it didn't matter who had loved me or who I loved. I was alone. The black oily asphalt, the slick beauty of the Iranian attendant, the thickening clouds--nothing was mine. And I understood finally, after a semester of philosophy, a thousand books of poetry, after death and childbirth and the startled cries of men who called out my name as they entered me, I finally believed I was alone, felt it in my actual, visceral heart, heard it echo like a thin bell. - Dorianne Laux

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“Sometimes people are beautiful. Not in looks. Not in what they say. Just in what they are.”  ― Markus Zusak, I Am the Messenger

black-white-madness: “Madness: “ Portrait series for Eva Minaeva (Noah Models) Hair/style: Marina Shelukhova Photography/style: Alexander Kuzmin ” ”


The smile in this picture is showing the high spirits. This is because when people smile they give of positive emotions and try to spread the spirit​ by making others smile.

Michael Philip Manheim. Reach (From Dancing Hands Series) via contemporaryartworks.net

Michael Philip Manheim - Reach (From Dancing Hands Series) This is a beautiful shot. In my opinion the dancing hands symbolize humanity and the need of one another.

I like the realistic-ness of this one.

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Close-up I chose this picture because it doesn't have a background. I like this picture because of the different colors in the eye. I think I will try something similar to this when we use color film.

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What Is Your True Nature?

"I lifted my hands into the golden splay of light, and felt my fingers warm as the sun kissed them." <-- so pretty from previous pinner. The sunlight makes it look like his or her hands are on fire.

How right that the body changed over time, becoming a gallery of scars, a canvas of experience, a testament to life and one’s capacity to endure it. — Janet Fitch

A lovely smile and white teeth. The teeth belie the age apparent in her skin. Still, she's beautiful.