Irmgard Dzengel

Irmgard Dzengel

Irmgard Dzengel
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The face paint in this is beautiful. “Live to the point of tears.” ― Albert Camus My latest Look Book ~ Designer: The Gypsies Caravan (https://www.etsy.com/shop/thegypsiescaravan?ref=l2-shopheader-name) Models:Moon Flower, Jun J Bustamante, Cassandra Wahuhi Photography: KMarie Photography "The Hermit Dress" By RunWith TheTribe Flower Crown by Katelyn Demalow

The face paint in this is beautiful. “Live to the point of tears.” ― Albert Camus My latest Look Book ~ Designer: The Gypsies Caravan (https://www.etsy.com/shop/thegypsiescaravan?ref=l2-shopheader-name) Models:Moon Flower, Jun J Bustamante, Cassandra Wahuhi Photography: KMarie Photography "The Hermit Dress" By RunWith TheTribe Flower Crown by Katelyn Demalow

Auch schon etwas älter. Vorlage von Ed Curtis aus dem Jahre 1910 (http://curtis.library.northwestern.edu/curtis/viewPage.cgi?showp=1&size=2&id=nai.04.book.00000060.p&volume=4)colorized by Wendelin kK Digital gemalt mit Corel Photopaint und einem Grafiktablett.

Auch schon etwas älter. Vorlage von Ed Curtis aus dem Jahre 1910 (http://curtis.library.northwestern.edu/curtis/viewPage.cgi?showp=1&size=2&id=nai.04.book.00000060.p&volume=4)colorized by Wendelin kK Digital gemalt mit Corel Photopaint und einem Grafiktablett.

I can and want to learn to appreciate his culture  for sure.

Ein junge Tibetaner vom Kham. Die Regionen Amdo und Kham gehören heute zwar politisch nicht zu Tibet, jedoch sind sie von der tibetischen Kultur beeinflusst und zählen seit langem zu den tibetischen Kulturraum.

“He wishes he could remember everything. Anything. He doesn’t sense a bone in his body that can feel compassion or worthiness. Self-pity hides away as well, the lowest form of emotion not even capable of resting in his wrecked mind.” ― Christy A. Campbell

“He wishes he could remember everything. Anything. He doesn’t sense a bone in his body that can feel compassion or worthiness. Self-pity hides away as well, the lowest form of emotion not even capable of resting in his wrecked mind.” ― Christy A. Campbell