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Heart and Soul #3

Journal Entry: Wed Aug 7, 2013, 2:11 PM

Woodland Gothic by Temperate-SagePoison Ivy's Return by Annestern...Janka... by kmetosBaroque Theme by PoxipodiumMorning Sun by stephaniethy_cherry blossoms by StephanieSchneiderArienette by everythingisaverageJulia by EmilySotofollow me by lucky-painBeata by iCyBeRmAnTiSA breeze of spring time by ErotikArtLDbunny by senkova.589. by Nigritalato by sylmacE.K by o9-designStanding Strong by Hopie-chanBathing IV by BettyHorrorHonorata by ZzaniazZUp by ariadneseTwig by Eman333Contrasty by peopledelightedBW by minspiredoneLisa by RLSphotographer<da:thumb id="305546759"/>Magnolia I by Zeit-Bild-PhotoArtYara V by MaLizeWhite Orchid by Muse1908In the clouds by JotVelZetLilac by rossalev-andreyAriadne's thread III by JotVelZetCome home by DGPhotographyjaxEnchanted 4 by DmajicPhotographyAwaiting love by LIZZYBPHOTOGRAPHYSleep by Amanda-DiazMaddy by Eman333Just Loneliness by Jay-JusufNymph by EmmatyanQuietness by Jay-Jusufwe'll always have by FotoMorganastreet 2 by MartaSyrkodont see it by WoodAnatomy1992dreaming of you by kusattaportrait by MartaSyrkoMemories Fade by KXZXWMa_04 by NegativeISOLace. Tulle. Shoes. Lee. by LeeLooLaAvant Garde Geisha by Marinshesilence by mikroiThe Great Freedom by girltrippedRoksana by mrausrau__ by risha25Silvery Thorns by EmilySotoA dream of Spring by A-DaermonMaha V by sadiyahjl10_untangle me from you by StephanieSchneider<da:thumb id="307744400"/>The life of a nymph by lollipops708Lady Mary by DietrichVonSchwarzUnder her skin III by rosesforherArabian Day IV by justJAZZSophie, part II by StanislavMironovDollie by Najnaah

I'm a million different people by nile-can-tooKeeper by sanjalydiaThe Raven Queen by Alice-TatsukiYellow by SaitouBouLolita by EscapetoparadiseFlower by Eman333Porcelain Doll II by DD-aPurple rose by azrael-x64SLUMBER II by Amanda-Diazbw_hippie1 by ernest-artIf you love I send a smile by KeraGigtedshadow side of me by felixheruOh... If we run this light by x-a-thousand-words-xHaley by RejeanBrandtEyes Like Arrows by Queen-KittyRyonen III by KylieFayeAnastasia by AlexeyNikitinbroken pieces by PatriciaDPainting Her Portrait by Amanda-DiazButton-Up. by ellylucasHeaven's Sword by EmilySotoJosie by Amanda-DiazLupins by Vanilladisastertwo portraits. by BEINTAbeintaAll I Need by PiddlingBare with me, world. by SpellboundMisfitsRed Riding hood story_1 by FairysirenThe city that never sleeps! by JanaCleve<da:thumb id="313324492"/>doll by Maknae15<da:thumb id="315485257"/>Crawling Kitty by CassiasparkleGreen-eyed soul by Santa-EvitaVisions by markheetBlackandWhite by XandriaP:: The Glam :: by dewanggapratamaHair by Amanda-DiazMy Muse by AnhMeowOriental Autumn by mariyaolshevskaDelicate Efflorescence by mariyaolshevska<da:thumb id="310607752"/>Fairytale...Sisters.part.IV by byLUCACIUYui: Come to Me by palecardinalLexi by 13MurderdollSea Diary by Zeit-Bild-PhotoArtA Mermaid with Pride by raine-angelWinter by digitaladagiowindy dreams by intelsbungaku hilang by styvopA Book for All and None by Obsessed-bysilly antoinette by AndreeaIulianadid u feel it? by AndieMakkawaruThe Other Side of Heaven - Eye of Storm by NodvikoffIn the Field by CLV89glass by lucastomaszewskileah doll by rodgersvJust secret gardenia 3 by ernest-artSiren's Song 2 (of 42) by chrismaverickSummer Skin by ElasiasPirate Of My Fantasy by freestyle-1loveThe Secret Garden 01 by Cat-n-Whitelight. by deepinswimPurple Lady by bwaworga
<da:thumb id="317875182"/>Building A mystery by XxTinaN7xXEven Angels cast shadows by StanislavMironovLady of the Lake V by John--Anthony:) by Squirrelondope

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Heart and Soul #2

Journal Entry: Tue Jun 11, 2013, 1:06 PM

Ewelina by mniamiW o n d e r by azrael-x64MASK 03 by nurtanrioven
Forbidden Freedom by KristianMJZLNRemember the Moment by Jay-JusufThe wind up here is strong... by YouAreViolentRed
:thumb258030425:self by maaaxxxi:thumb257017188:
whisper war by yapiihello by ulanandaein neuer tag by JoanasLichtpoesie
entwine twigs with branches vi by farbanomalieLittle sunshine by bluetopaz8With the wind by kimy1011
Pale memories out of the close by Voodica:thumb195605909:missing link by micmojo
Strange Days by 0Gutter-GlitterRelaxing by meatwad4900...try to kill off desire by UgurDoyduk
Elena by PlakitinaNothing Else matters by YouAreViolentRedFiled by LosAlamos
the lizard and the dragonflies by M0THartThe world keeps turning V by linateschphotographyV by o9-design
Joan-Nita By Appossai N"30 by AppossaiOcean eyes by leelloorGoddess. by Lukreszja
Bladerunner Inspired Negative by Thaiauxnlove by thunderstorm1991Nemo by DeniseBayles
On the farm... by LauraDKFrozen heart by MeravigiliosaOne Fine Day by tomislav-moze
Whispers by maryfairieInception...monochrome by idaniphotography:thumb262474529:
Nature's Path by Fragile-Eyes-FictionT h ree II by AndrisBarbanslittle red by csepi
Firefox preview by EnjiNightGrand Luxxe Resort by memo06dicautumn spirit by kim-e-sens
Beneath the Starry Sky by EmilySotoSomeone Like You by Piddlinguplifting color by CristianTudose
pale autumn by JuliaDuninAutomns Comes by foto-graf-hi:thumb264661610:
New ID by CarolineMadisonThe Woodland Girl 02 by bayougirlIf I had a voice I would sing by Snowfall-lullaby
Dryad by foddoso lonesome by C-h-r-i-s-PGolden hour by HasiMD
inspired by the wind by ClementinnSunset dreams by Swan-LakeI took his heart when by esmahanozkan
:thumb265055691:Creature of the Wind by iNeedChemicalXShelter by raemarshall
wedd by SssssergiuAutumn is here III by PawssouDon't leave my mind by HopesOnAir
The Future Is Wild by Drastique-PlastiqueGothic Red Riding Hood by SaeAyumiMorning Dance by saver-ag
Elf in wonderland 01 by denkakekewarm autumn by arienai-tenDiana My Muse by ksushiks
Sad Morning by bwaworgaDreamer II by maryfairieenchanted by eem-eine

Sucked by Basistka152 by MecuroBCottoMagnolia II by rosesforher
Forest Fae II by Pixel-SpotlightI Know Why I Never Gonna Be Free by xeneras:thumb275948049:
fashion 2 by selfmade1Winter Song by kokdemirkitchen.... by Gimmickz
Emma. by fatboyslimgirlshe dreamed of paradise. by HQheartI can't stop by UgurDoyduk
Retro Nazu Girl 0 by evthanBrighter than the sun v.4 by bwaworgaSitting and thinking by samugtr
Vision by darktrotskyHair by stasiaFoxfreckled petals by kittysyellowjacket
:thumb287640790:Artka 2012 S/S  13 by yychansonp r i n c e s s . o f . a s g a l e by gaelsacre
Balboa Park by kmnfiveCactus by abclic:thumb289943177:
waiting for hope by RickyFirmansyahGraceful Blaze by beyondimpressionWaiting by LenoreScarecrow
:thumb291854498:Artka 2012 S/S 2 by yychansonCrispy Morning II by Citrusfrukt
:: Winter Sonata :: by dewanggapratamaMILK by Amanda-Diazgreenandbluescarf5 by josephhaubert
whispers from the sun by kittysyellowjacketInto the forgiving sea by pwillyamsdon't lose touch by vampire-zombie
marina. darkwell II by creo318Feel the light by I-Got-ShotDrift Too by IMustBeDead
Fairytale...Flowers by byLUCACIUBird With A Broken Wing by MarinsheMagic by imitate-rain
White Haze v.1 by bwaworgaArabian Day III by justJAZZlady ivy by verniceR
SvM by B-rK-nLady in the Water by CountessSadisticLovely Autumn by CEE-Productions
Io by SolMayWhite Will by HannaLFD a r k  D e s i r e s by EclipxPhotography
Musing by Fragile-Eyes-FictionLoss by JazzYourSoul:thumb310132198:
Lili VII by november-stormtranquil before the blow by PhixotographyNea Dune by sanjalydia
Daliah the Circus Queen by EmilySotoHalo by iNeedChemicalX:thumb311450970:
Sophie by KayleighJuneDay's dying by ohnaastyaGladice by Obsessed-by

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Heart and Soul #6

Fri Feb 7, 2014, 2:36 PM

:bulletpink::bulletyellow: HEART AND SOUL :bulletyellow::bulletpink:

Laura - Summer 2012 IX by ChrisK-photo
elf by MusukoTyan
now is almost yesterday by Svea-JillCzech
Rapunzel by DavvedTender sunrise by Lelio-Alestablue by BraginskiIvanblack roses. by RudaDziewczyna
The Witch's Spell 3885 by SchwarzWieEbenholZCity Wild by EmilySotoW poszukiwaniach by TheEscapistInTokyo
translucid by annacuamicAqua by OllieverseLenaChe_2 by rmalo5aapi
Martina VI by november-stormForest birds cloak. by FairysirenUrban Samurai Photo Shoot Part 2 by GeoLeon
you are there by PatriciaD<da:thumb id="316714541"/>Wild Thing by MarijaBerjoza
Something Different by Gold-Snow
Glamazon by AsliKolcu
Portfolio by aufzehengehen
56356 by afamjaowyFairytale... Snow-White and Rose-Red... II by byLUCACIUThe Theory of Flight by LisbethPhotography
Funfair Princess 2 by iomaSatythe last of their kind by PhixotographyLovable Summer! by pigleenlotus
play 2 by ernest-art.prowler by ManiacPhotographyblue - by nurtanrioven
Feeling Only Love by iomaSatyRebirth by Alessia-IzzoSomeone Else's Angels by yeaaah-obssd-008
1111065 by Vanilladisaster
Dark silence by my-simple-things
sad bear 1 by ernest-art
White Pearl by Obsessed-byBlue magic II by HammettLadyNatures Beautiful Creatures #5 by rievsux
Spontaneous shot by JustynaKingaswan by Nocturnygirl with the braid by AnilorakGoldini
Impatient fashion I by HjordisBjorgLiana 1 by xKainotophobiaVoodoo by envenenada
*** by ABorisovStudioFUNDRAISER FOR ALEX LONDON 2013 COLLECTION 42 by corvus-cruxTomorrows or another day ii by Dxlogic
Oh Oh Ophelia! by foddo<da:thumb id="324451023"/>Gelso II by kemal-kamil-akca
Zhao Li Fei. A dead princess by TaisiaFlyaginaTribal Portrait I by Genevieve-Ameliaburning a day 6 by ernest-art
Love like you've never been hurt by ParaguayDraw
Nilaluna by heribudianto
Gelso II by kemal-kamil-akca
Nocky by justJAZZlook after by Amelie1994October Air v.2 by bwaworga
Wish You Were Here by perigunawantree whispers. by ninasladojevicOpen Your Eyes by Numbaholic13
Water by OlgaAthensleaf by PatriciaD<da:thumb id="333574330"/>
145 by MarlaShacDangerousRose by HeySunAutumn III by alassea-ancalimon
Gust of wind by luxussAmong the nature by luxussLast Summer Rose by LIZZYBPHOTOGRAPHY
Loch #3 by LadyRhinoaDiana by SssssergiuAre You Going With Me by Yusik222
Rebeca II by missunderztood
Sarina N. by JanaCleve
indian summer by sand-lizard

:bulletpink::bulletyellow: SPECIAL FEATURE :bulletyellow::bulletpink:

For my dear friend JocelyneR
My Serious Kitten by JocelyneR
Alpine Columbine on the Rain by JocelyneRJuicy Tiny Flower by JocelyneRButtercup, a wild flower. by JocelyneR
Wild Rose Buds by JocelyneRCape by the River by JocelyneRGazania by JocelyneR
Mum Feeding... by JocelyneRA Northern Cardinal by JocelyneRRuby-throated Hummingbird by JocelyneR
Peaceful Red Squirrel by JocelyneR
Hummingbird Sunny Wings by JocelyneRAdorable Pipo by JocelyneRFemale House Sparrow by JocelyneR
A Funny Redpoll - a Female by JocelyneRTrees Bathing in Sunbeam by JocelyneRFemale Purple Finch by JocelyneR
River at the End of Winter by JocelyneRSunny Field in the Mist... by JocelyneRHairy Woodpecker  03 by JocelyneR
Downy Woodpecker - a male by JocelyneR

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Some Traditional Wizards #3 + Stroke of Insight

Journal Entry: Wed Aug 29, 2012, 1:45 PM
  • Listening to: Two Door Cinema Club
  • Reading: The Alchemist
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Some Traditional Wizards #2 + Will Smith Philo

Journal Entry: Mon Apr 30, 2012, 4:28 PM
  • Reading: A Dance With Dragons
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Tue Aug 6, 2013, 3:48 AM

Featuring inked men

'body art in the dark' by i-kandi

Tribal by mushiunchi   photoshoot Dennie with tribal 10 by pavalo

--- by leocavallini

Tattoo pioeuvre 10. by BenoitPaille

Diem by CPJPhoto

Jeff Machete by laracroft   Urban tattoo I by deadANGELsoul

Trust Your Instincts by LinaDomina

Bam 070 by MichalTokarczuk

tattoo by bethdu

121 by Shace

Miles I by GARETHHH    Tattoo pioeuvre 17. by BenoitPaille

CM project_kiril_6 by Rimka

Collection of tattooed men.
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AH: Film and Animation Feature

Sun Feb 17, 2013, 2:50 AM
Featuring some amazing Film & Animation for #ArtHistoryProject
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losing in reveries

Journal Entry: Tue May 1, 2012, 5:06 AM

ein kleines Liebeslied by CorwinvonKuhwede Chained Slave by Alt-Images Flavia - 4 by shadowimagephoto
Concrete Hole And Rope by JC-Stark-Arts Cris 033 by MichalTokarczuk Roped Bliss by boykitten
Fetish by warhammerphoto Study in trichophilia by radharc-dorcha C0nundra's toes by PerryGallagher

On the Rocks by TonyD3 :thumb49581855: My Soul to Keep by Solus-Photography
Siren by abclic From Nothing To Nowhere by Kostassoid Reclining nude by mikebp
:thumb265560000: Rhus - Notch Tree by silverystars wintersunrise by alfred-georg

The Fish by NataliaDrepina ELEMENTS by Gesell kill the dancer by george-mihes
Liza 6 by DavidBenoliel on hook by warhammerphoto balls by PerSe
elegy of emptiness V.3 by shamanski Ko'Ra by cruz-art Lela Not not Knowing by NadIksodas

The New Skin by BaddogLtd Girl N9 by IMAGENES-IMPERFECTAS 84 by Zefirina
nude by ErotikArtLD :thumb284144648: In The Hot Seat by Alt-Images
Cold Night by ritarocha a blue sunday morning, 2011 by EylemOlas The Sheltering Sky by kevissimo

:thumb146451103: no title 86 by ABrito Monika15 by Cartien
black beach 06 by photoplace Veil Nude by Zedul Epsilon by Anna-model
a silent moment by andreapun Dreamer's Perspective by harald-muehlhoff ''Athena's on the Qui Vive'' by erwintirta

contrasts by alfred-georg :thumb291734366: Arachnid by mickwag
Duong Quoc Dinh by duongquocdinh natural born symmetry by MichaelPe neznakomka by genepulse
Between Earth and Sky by dwingephotography girl whith pearl earring by Anna-model Bink by LoGill

MASTERS by Gesell Private Universe by ton3 chameleon by andre-j
Web of light.. by vejitatoja White prission by Lurphoto :thumb118957537:
Elya 2 by svarh Untitled 354 by JohnPeri :thumb195543988:

Cocooned Captive by Alt-Images sleeping by cenevols Hold me by MrsHyde
Angels and Vampires by koukei The Steps by vahid-naziri Cloudbusting 2a by bigskystudio
A show in Prague by ericbb Audrey-22 by adrian272727 The bull by kosmobil

56336 by aleksandra88 :thumb271163728: Prepared by vvolfmann
A Mermaid's Melody by my-bohemian-spirit Xsandra X by Vienna-Calling Apocalypse Barbie by Epinephrin
Tell me your secret by Orzz AREA 59 by subart59 square cambree by josemanchado

Away from sea by MrsHyde some dance to forget by sweetcherrypye :thumb281255228:
permutation by belko Amandine A by abclic  kuzmenkova by Mastowka
Relaxing Nude by andreasoverland  
2 by ValeriaAlmond

thank you for your wonderful works

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gentle touching

Journal Entry: Sat Apr 7, 2012, 3:41 AM
Surreal by FleurDelacour IRO by Gesell cll04 by jarrod343
cll01 by jarrod343 :thumb52898701: cll002 by jarrod343

fly-fly by dpavlov Ms.... by jarrod343 v sebya by Santina

French film by NataliaCiobanu autumn angel by belovaan be together by cha-feily
Dead End Kid by BaddogLtd The Scream by mirabiliaimages leave a scar by illdispose
Between Darkness and Wonder by SebastienTabuteaud Future Sight by Bierka the terrible decay of living by sarahannloreth

Someone Like You by JacquelineBarkla ... by belovaan :thumb148675541:
A night to forget by Julie-de-Waroquier :thumb177557078: In between by Julie-de-Waroquier
lilllly by danyasuprime Red bow by AnitaAnti Headless by elara-dark

Alice's Flamingo by SachaKalis Heart project - Fragile by DianaGrigore sheung wan by Fersy
brisk by davespertine citylights by Fersy Flash of Inspiration by msaph
A Beautiful Book by Aeternum-Art Mosque II by IsacGoulart Everything- by popoks

Railroad to Nowhere by IMAGENES-IMPERFECTAS :thumb284112357: nothing 56 by RedupReda
Do not turn around. by fiixx Refresh ! by mcDarius Wait... Hope... by andokadesbois
Dual by Jbuth Autumn in a head by GRAFIKfoto .: keep me warm :. by GokhanKaraag

Cache cache ... by julie-rc Grand Mosque by ashamandour NY by dell640
Wood by meemo Crush the Canals by JeRoenMurre .hallucination. by GoncaloBorgesDias
87 by t-ufan Cold and Calm by PancolartJorge Hands by bingbing51

Noche by SachaKalis Ribbon Web by nitr0gene er.wachen II by silent-order
assente by d-anderton Hesitation by gndrfck le parfum by FleurDelacour
Night falls by Annie-Bertram :thumb251728348: :thumb280657755:

miss 039 by MichalTokarczuk Early Winter by girltripped Casual Sex by IMustBeDead
Heart of the city by gnohz Moscow: Military Tattoo 2010 by Nightcitylights Evening Prague by tomsumartin
Hong Kong Through the city by romainjl 150 by harmonist 477 by muratakan

Post Process Challenge 07 by JonnyGoodboy progress by b-rooks Cinematic parking lot HDR by kayintveen
Cadillac 62 by arite Under the bridge by GeorgeGoodnight A Million Miles by lukastruss
Red Arches by Matthias-Haker Beelitz Heilstaetten Boot by jaehneARTS D E M O L I T I O N by Analil

Island Ferry by Salemik Paradise by thebestfeeling Balancing the HDR by Kounelli1
Chitwan by nikosalpha City of Jasmine by ashamandour Berlin - Reichstag Building - Detail by pingallery
F l o w e r by Orzz ...Chiesa di Sant'Anastasia... by erhansasmaz Chantico by Eman333
Courbes by Annabelle-Chabert Golden Baskets by taffmeister Ten by FForns

thank you for all your wonderful works

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Fairytale collection 22

Journal Entry: Mon Jun 9, 2014, 9:45 PM
  • Mood: Love
  • Listening to: Nightwish – Last Of The Wild
Glowing by Nyctalus Utoplennica by AnhenRoses n thorns by AnitaAnti 
Fading Silently by LiliumEternal Guardian Angels by T00xicpanda The painted veil by NataliaCiobanu
1 by o-Opium Severnaya pesn` by Anhen Winter Ice by Emily-White
<da:thumb id="406738940"/> Ksenia III by ScreamofmyHeart-Neko Anastasia III by ScreamofmyHeart-Neko
Chmury Umazane by absentii The Rise and Fall of the Fourth by xBassxHarmingx The burial by AlexandraSophie
Fly away by Foufinha 2013-011 by rainris Ophelia by Voodica
deep, deep in the woods by chervona Strange Birds by absentii breathe by baravavrova
Broken Silence by Foufinha Ophelia II by SlevinAaron Gift of Life by beyondimpression
the forest(4) by whitecrow-soul Sophia and the Pilgrim by xBassxHarmingx where the time stops by baravavrova
Phoebe III ( in Flowerland ) by justJAZZ July by Anna1Anna Far, far away... by kotzmarsa

Girl with a nest by fairyladyphotography Forest stories by Econita Add by accti
 Sunny passion by Elena-NeriumOleanderPriestess of Autumn II by Tikal-SH Lost dream about a Sebastian by xHIMSOULSx OCEAN by M0THart
Alice by EmilySoto This Too Shall Pass by Queen-Kitty White on white by erynrandir For the summer III by DianaGrigore
Huldra II. by thephotogrumbler DISAPPEAR by M0THart Walking on a dream by fairyladyphotography  Charlotte by aufzehengehen
All fairytales come together by LIVIUMphotography Sunny by vpotemkin Butterfly catcher by fairyladyphotography Sun Touched 2 by silverwing-sparrow

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Fairytale collection 13

Journal Entry: Sun Jul 22, 2012, 11:11 PM
Samoyeds by AnitaAnti Lady of the Flowers by MariannaInsomnia Secret place by Snowfall-lullaby

fashion2 by AncaCernoschi :thumb314291970: estrangement. by Koksa

*** by belovaan the awakening by inessa-emilia 436785 by aleksandra88

Dryad by NataliaDrepina The coldness of dreams by olivier-ramonteu here comes the sun by hungryheart83

sea wind by vvola The WaterNymph by Vanilladisaster Longing by Meravigiliosa

Watch me fall apart by Meravigiliosa wish u were here ... by Sssssergiu shout by Sssssergiu

druid by Knupph Ukrainian by Emmatyan stay by missKitiketka

Gaia Project III by dorukseymen sun sun sun by BirdSophieBlack swamp witch IV by BirdSophieBlack

sun kissed. by ankooru Lawenda by madziix my own paradise. by ankooru

wind by IlonaShevchishina Down by the Riverside by iNeedChemicalX ophelia by robinpika

Phoebe IX ( in Flowerland ) by justJAZZ In the heart of forest by Lazettchan wild green by CristianTudose

happiness by milkshakePowerrr burning sun and the moon 15 by cangurgel somewhere over the rainbow by i-m-light

Medusa II by paintedpoppy winter forest by saniakhanphotography 2011-081 by rainris

Forest birds cloak. by Fairysiren Eugene . . by iliushka Paris Blue by haania

D057 by miobi The moon above you and the streets below by Vanilladisaster original sin by ezorenier

Portfolio by aufzehengehen the world is cold now by stephaniethy Jungle by silverwing-sparrow

fr II by Knupph _Gold. by Bloddroppe #1 by thon94rt little freedom by sirbion

City Wild by EmilySoto Summer paradise by mniami autumn beauty by Firiless tara------- by matmoon

ashes. by smallvillian :thumb313324492: See What I See by Jay-Jusuf Painting Her Portrait by Amanda-Diaz

the day you went away by bwaworga Lilac girl II by Snowfall-lullaby Ukrainian by Emmatyan Elly by PolinaChernova

Gaia Project XIV by dorukseymen Lupins by Vanilladisaster The best things in life aren't real by Vanilladisaster 1106124 by Vanilladisaster

The dotted line IV by Nodvikoff Mary, part II by StanislavMironov Feel the Forest by silverwing-sparrow Di 4 by silverwing-sparrow

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Journal Entry: Sun Apr 1, 2012, 8:54 AM

It's been a while
I passed my first exams and have a new DSLR ^-^
and 74 days 'til my Ireland trip…
It becomes warmer, there are flowers again and I can enjoy the sun…
You can sense the coming of spring. And next weekend is easter…
Because of that here you can read the original and most popular part of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's tragic play „FAUST"

Springtime by SayuriMVRomei
Vor dem Tor
Vom Eise befreit sind Strom und Bäche Durch des Frühlings holden, belebenden Blick,
Im Tale grünet Hoffnungsglück;
Der alte Winter, in seiner Schwäche, Zog sich in rauhe Berge zurück.

Can you hear me breathing.. by onixa

Von dort her sendet er, fliehend, nur Ohnmächtige Schauer körnigen Eises
In Streifen über die grünende Flur.
Aber die Sonne duldet kein Weißes, Überall regt sich Bildung und Streben,
Alles will sie mit Farben beleben;

Phoebe III ( in Flowerland ) by justJAZZ

Doch an Blumen fehlts im Revier, Sie nimmt geputzte Menschen dafür.
Kehre dich um, von diesen Höhen Nach der Stadt zurück zu sehen!
Aus dem hohlen finstern Tor Dringt ein buntes Gewimmel hervor.
Jeder sonnt sich heute so gern.
Sie feiern die Auferstehung des Herrn,

- Morning Dew - by UNexperienced

Denn sie sind selber auferstanden:
Aus niedriger Häuser dumpfen Gemächern, Aus Handwerks- und Gewerbesbanden,
Aus dem Druck von Giebeln und Dächern, Aus der Straßen quetschender Enge,
Aus der Kirchen ehrwürdiger Nacht
Sind sie alle ans Licht gebracht.

A Beautiful Book by Aeternum-Art Monasterio de piedra 2 by ElenaDudina Evening story by PawelMatys

Sieh nur, sieh! wie behend sich die Menge
Durch die Gärten und Felder zerschlägt,
Wie der Fluß in Breit und Länge
So manchen lustigen Nachen bewegt,

Cherry Blossom 8 by martoo1973

Und, bis zum Sinken überladen, Entfernt sich dieser letzte Kahn.
Selbst von des Berges fernen Pfaden
Blinken uns farbige Kleider an.

swiming in the wind by kim-e-sens 459 by aleksandra88 I've never been to me by faintsmile28

Ich höre schon des Dorfs Getümmel, Hier ist des Volkes wahrer Himmel,
Zufrieden jauchzet groß und klein:
Hier bin ich Mensch, hier darf ichs sein!

(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Faust I)

Llueve el tiempo by NiraGonzalez Hushed Dreams by iNeedChemicalX :thumb206494508:
Return by iya-chen
book cover by phoenixlu Merunes Illusionist by phoenixlu
PRUNUS MUME by WindyLife once upon a time by jyoujo Sakura Illusion by WindyLife
White Night Church by Phigraphie Ermitage by Phigraphie Sunrise by Phigraphie

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Journal Entry: Fri Aug 10, 2012, 12:03 AM
Ilumination by ivancoric

-- SunsetCatcher -- by justJAZZ  Her - Sunset by justJAZZ  in FLAMES II by justJAZZ
Candy by Jules1983

My Ireland trip in June was really great.
Okay mostly it was cold and rainy but the landscape was amazing :heart:
My favourite region was Peninsula and I really fell in love with the Cliffs of Moher. It was so windy there that we sang "I believe I can fly.."

Rome V by MLalalalou
Running Ghosts by Phigraphie Fisherman in Inlay by waiaung Waiting for Sunrise by Phigraphie

In October I want to visit Croatia again...
I really miss this country..

Brela Panorama by Klek Primosten from above by ivancoric
:thumb57896441: Venice sunset by AlexGutkin
His dream by Julie-de-Waroquier

This time I want to visit the south.. Dubrovnik and Montenegro (as a short trip)
Maybe I can find someone who travels with me otherwise I will travel alone.

Song of nature v.1 by bwaworga
Venice Nights by IsacGoulart Sunset in Hawaii by IsacGoulart Serenity in Venice by IsacGoulart
Heart waves by Julie-de-Waroquier La Espanola II by IsacGoulart Dancer. 145346 by AlexGontar
A la watercolor by zeldis

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The Street Photography of Chris Weeks

It was only after many long frustrating hours of trying to describe what’s so special about the photographs of cweeks...

That I finally realized I was trying to describe something that wasn’t there.

I finally realized that the magical something that sets cweeks’ works apart from others is that his camera disappears. There is no sense as you look at his photos of street scenes and other captures that you are looking through a lens, even the lens of a particularly talented photographer.  There is a sense of simply walking through a town and seeing what you happen to see – without the usual subtle “commentary” of the photographer winking back at you with his framing, his lighting, his signature technique.

cweeks has no need to announce his presence in his pictures, letting his lens be the viewer’s own eyes with no separation from the subject. Photography becomes art when all trendy technique and “stylization” disappears and the viewer absolutely believes, knows, he or she is seeing what “is”, believes he or she is seeing a capture of what has just “happened”, thanks to an unbiased, un-opinionated reporter.

A series of seamless artful strokes in front of and behind the camera.

Such ego-less presentation and sharing are rare in our times of self-promotion, especially when the artist is quite talented enough to be
allowed such indulgence if he chose to partake of it. cweeks photos have such a purity and sense of immediacy that after perusing them for a while one
doesn’t feel a sense of “documentary” but of having been on an actual journey. I’m sure people often “remember” `cweeks’ photos as being from their own
experiences rather than being photos they saw.

colin farrell by cweeksmr. west by cweeksmiss cruz... by cweeksi heart charlize... by cweeks

Weeks creates celebrity portraits as well as street scenes, but manages to bring his street sensibility to the photos even when the settings
are relatively intimates, e.g., celebrities’ living rooms and backyards. Again, there is no feeling of the expected posed portrait. Again, the camera disappears.
Somehow he “disrobes” his subjects, cajoling them into dropping the façade of their “posed identities”, so that it feels as if the viewer is a member of the
family just glancing over at the subject, who just happens to be famous. This is something I find unprecedented. (O.K., have at it, deviants: Here’s where you
slam me with other photo artists who achieve a similar effect.)

Even the best “celebrity” celebrity photographers are unable to present truly naturalistic presentations of their subjects – there always being that identifying
patina of “demi-god” glow about a rock star or movie star. Instead, cweeks allows us the experience of looking at stars as if we were one their best friends
or family members.  The effect is far more startling than the rowdiest shock shots.

cweeks exemplifies the best street photography, which is not the capture of the most ultra-hip moments in the hottest of hot spots, but rather the selfless recording of a place and time as it was and would have been experienced by any person had they been there at the time, no matter how distant in time or geography the photo is separated from the viewer experiencing it.

There is a real magic to photography that comes when the artist is able to “disappear” his camera and equipment, and even his own presence...

And let himself be our eyes, the eyes of all those lucky enough to discover the places he’s been and the moments he’s seen. cweeks is one such street magician who hopefully will inspire many to emulate his achievement.

Interview with Chris Weeks


cweeks is an editorial photographer with an emphasis in entertainment based in Los Angeles covering assignments for the world’s most recognized brands, wire services, magazines, advertising and public relations agencies.  His work has been published all over the world in newspapers, magazines and websites such as InStyle, Vanity Fair Italy, USA Today, People and hundreds of other publications both in print and online.

What is there in the experience when a person looks at a photograph that determines the artistic or human value, the success or failure of that photograph?


Photography, much like so many other mediums, is personal.  What moves one person may not affect another in the same way.  I’m pretty crass:  If a photograph moves me – in whatever way – the photograph is successful to me.  I mean, really, what is artistic value?  If something speaks to you, it speaks to you and really doesn’t need any other explanation.

I remember covering the opening of an “important artist” hosted by a very important art dealer.  He saw me looking perplexed at one of the “pieces” and I said, “How does this move you?”  Curtly, he replied “It’s 3 million dollars and I sold them before this show was even open.  That’s how it moves me.”  He’s not a very nice guy.

Art can mean many different things to many different people.  I prefer to be emotionally moved in some way, shape or form.

What is it in a photographer’s aesthetic sense (his “eye”), in his expertise with his technical craft (his camera), and in his years of labor capturing moments and images that makes him as truly an artist as any fine arts painter?  (i.e., What is your response to pre-Stieglitz cavemen who still denigrate the idea of photography as genuine artistic expression?)


I think photography and fine arts painting are wholly different and I’m not so sure even though they are both art, per se, can be compared.  In mentioning Steiglitz I think he explained it best, “"Photography is not an art. Neither is painting, nor sculpture, literature or music. They are only different media for the individual to express his aesthetic feelings… You do not have to be a painter or a sculptor to be an artist. You may be a shoemaker. You may be creative as such. And, if so, you are a greater artist than the majority of the painters whose work is shown in the art galleries of today."

Stieglitz when he had one of the first shows of photography in New York back in the day had other photographers, not painters, as was the norm, as the judges.  Photographers and painters and sculptures all have different sensibilities in the context of their respective “eyes.”  There is cross-over for sure, though.  I do think that each kind of artist sees work in their own medium differently than artists in other mediums.

I don’t think that Henri Cartier-Bresson ever wanted to be known as a photographer but rather a painter.  Don’t think it worked out that way for him.

When I look back at the part of your question that says “…years of labor capturing moments…” it’s hard for me to imagine any labor at all doing what I’ve done since I was 11.  Not gonna say my exact age but it’s been a long-ass time.  Decades.  No matter if I’m shooting a commission for a magazine, an assignment for a wire service or a public relations agency … whatever the situation may be … I know exactly what they need.  I give them exactly what they need.  Many times what they need is straightforward illustrating whatever they need illustrated.  Sometimes, though, they’ll see something else in the edits that they may not have known why they needed it but they did.  I’m always happy when that happens.

It’s funny.  My friends – yes, they’re mostly working photographers – will always share the story of the beautiful ambient light photograph or the not-so-common juxtaposition that plays (our parlance for being published) over the other photographs we’ve moved or file that are more straightforward or “expected.”

You also mentioned “technical craft.”  Like other mediums that use different size brushes or whatever it is they use in their craft we know our equipment and exposures without a camera telling us what to do.  For me given an ISO I know the pair (shutter speed/aperture) within a half-stop just by looking at the light.  Knowing what’s there allows me to adjust that so that the moment I want to record is properly framed.  Usually, within an instant.

That isn’t to say some photographers can’t do as well or even better although they use programme or automatic settings.  I know at least a few photographers who shoot big commissions who use less-than-desirable glass and have their cameras set to programme.  One doesn’t always have to know everything in a technical sense to be a photographer.  That having been said when you deal in moments like I do most of the time if you’re going to rely on the camera to be tricked by some element of exposure it didn’t know how to handle, a guy like me may possibly make a beautifully exposed photo of a moment someone else botched.

I’ve watched that happen.  On several occasions.

What is the difference between taking a picture and real photography?  What is “photography” for the genuine practitioner?


For the most part “taking a picture” is what you see being done by people on Facebook with their Blackberries or iPhones.  If it’s a picture of their friends, there’s too much head space and they cropped above the waistline making people amputees.  It’s a picture of their dog cropped at its knee.  It’s a picture of their girlfriend with an unfortunate tree growing out of their head.  It’s a picture of a family vacation of which they spent ten thousand u.s. to see some of the wonders outside of their own city … and they take one picture.  Someone looks wonky.  Someone photo bombs them.  And all they have is that one photograph.

I’m not saying beautiful photos aren’t made with smart phones.  In fact, many of my favourite personal photos are made with my iPhone 4.  Then again, I know the difference between a picture and a photograph even though there is no difference because technically each word is interchangeable for the other.  In this context I’m talking about the difference between “taking a picture” and “making a photograph.”

When one makes a photograph they’re making sure a group shot is balanced.  They’re making sure they’re not making people (or animals for that matter) amputees.  They’re making sure that there’s nothing unfortunate growing out of their subject’s head.  And they’re making more than one photograph so they have “insurance.”  The list could go on and on.

I’m not saying that when someone makes a snapshot or making something look like a snapshot they’re not really making a photograph.  Making a photograph is more thoughtful than taking a picture.

For me I like a well-balanced frame.  I like my subject to be positioned in the golden section but I also like other elements, whether they are in-focus or part of a beautiful blur, to balance the frame.  I like to give the frames some sense of their environment … sometimes only a kiss of the environment.

Photography for the general practitioner is probably different for each individual general practitioner I would think.  It’s hard to make a blanket statement about someone’s current level of desire of knowledge about a subject, passion or whatever motivates them to put viewfinder to eye.

What is the most gratifying response you’ve ever received from someone particularly affected by one of your photographs?


Because I do what I do because I love making photographs this kind of question has different answers for different situations.  Is it absolutely lovely to hear the creative director for a worldwide ad agency tell you how beautiful the selects are?  For sure.  Is it equally as beautiful to make photographs of your aunt’s aging champion dog with a puppy-glint in his eye at 16 years and then he dies the next week?  Seeing her face when she looks at that photograph is very gratifying knowing you recorded a moment of her personal history that means a lot to her.  Is it hearing when you go to pick up your new reading glasses – yes, because you’re getting old – “I went to your website.  I love café’s.  I love cafés exactly for the reason you seem to like them.  Your photos took me back to Paris and make me want to fly there next week.”  Or could it be when you’re showing your own child how to edit photos on Apple’s Aperture and you start browsing old personal archive frames that bring back memories for her?&nbs