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Jean Shrimpton photographed by Richard Avedon. This photograph is effective in terms of shadowing, the angle that it is taken at shadows her main features therefore dominating any flaws. This image really brings out her eyelashes.

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His true demonic eyes when he's gone. A beast meant to kill and eat. There's no more humanity.

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emotion: pleasure effect; looks like the model within the photograph is moving. Gives the onlooker the feeling of being intoxicated or on a certain drug.

Ik heb deze gekozen,  omdat bij deze foto de lippen opvallen en je daar gelijk naar kijkt en het vooral mooi is in het zwart wit

Love this pose, kind of mysterious like. Love the defined lip and the under-chin shadow, the way the hat shadows the face is cool. I also have a hat.

hahahahahaha, this just made my night

Yo Benedict, RDJ, Imma let y'all finish, but Wishbone was the best Sherlock Holmes of all time.

Here is our top-ten of (living) female theoreticians, whose works and theories are relevant to architecture, urban planning and spatial theory, in english. All of them are located or teach in the U...

Our Top 10 ♀ Theoriticians of spatial theory.

Critically acclaimed Chinese photographer Fan Ho spent the and taking gritty and darkly beautiful photos of street life in Hong Kong. His photographs are to be published in his new book “Fan Ho: A Hong Kong Memoir.

Realization is not about you, the wave, realizing it is ocean. The ocean realizes itself in you, and reveals itself to have never been just a wave. Nothing changes except the falling away of a false belief ―Enza Vita (photo by elliot lee hazel)

elliot lee hazel ~ "There are moments in our lives, there are moments in a day, when we seem to see beyond the usual. Such are the moments of our greatest happiness. Such are the moments of our greatest wisdom. ~ Robert Henri ~ The Art Spirit