I need pictures of your glorious facesOkay, this sounds like an odd request, but I need 2 things:More Like This
1. A photo of you.
2. The year you became an MCR fan.
Don't want to give away too much, but I'm going to make something (which means that your photo will be posted publicly, so please don't give me your picture if you're not comfortable with that.)
You don't need to take a new photo or hold up a sign that says "MCR ROCKS" or anything, just link me to a recent picture. There's no cut-off point for the date the photo had to be taken, just don't send me something from a decade ago. There are no requirements for this except that you must be an MCR fan, and if you're reading this, there's a good chance that you are.
I want as many fans to join in as possible, so please contribute, and feel free to invite your friends even if they're not in this group. Please link me to the photo by Saturday, September 21st. (If you need more time for some reason, let me know.) You can comment here or send me (toad1) a note.
sunday collection - 2013.09.15More Like This
Devon Jade by PMucks X X L by KizukiTamura
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piano lessons and self portrait by KizukiTamura Kate T. by BreathUnderwater
Waiting for the summer rain, yeah by chriseastmids
Untitled by verticalcity behind my hands by KizukiTamura
Just Married by PhotoYoung
Two frightened doves by Anina-Bird The Anatomy of Self by Anina-Bird
mellow by justashadowleft
Life Is Strange...LIFE IS STRANGE…More Like This
Sometimes things accelerate unexpectedly and you find your life in a state of flux - my photography has taken some twists and turns this month , been de-railed by lack of funds and some relationships have stalled. Time to step back and take some perspective, fix the relationships and things that are broken and move forward
My book of Art Nudes is still available via Amazon and Createspace at further reductions – plans are underway for a revised and expanded 2nd edition in early 2014
Title 'Art Nudes' Author 'Dave Ellis' - Paperback format 11" x 8.5" 154 pages / 101 images
ISBN-13: 978-1482067736 ISBN-10: 1482067730 Title ID: 4145578
August's TOP Subs of Unframed-Nature and NEWS!Welcome to AUGUST 2013’s Top Submissions of Unframed-Nature.More Like This
Thank you for being here whether you are a Member yet or not!
We welcome you and your support!
A GRAND Welcome to ALL of Our NEW MEMBERS!
And a HUGE thank you to our loyal Members who have been submitting your fabulous Nature Work to our Group for a long time now.
Without you, we just simply wouldn’t be here.
We were back to an ALL-MEMBERSHIP voting, as we DO believe this is the Group's Group, but once in a while, we have a few months during the year, where only the Admins. vote.
Thank you SO very much to ALL the Members (and Admins.!) who did take the time and the effort to vote!
We really do appreciate it!
Let’s continue to submit our own BEST QUALITY work, enjoy it, improve upon it, enjoy the work of others, and Natur
ART IS EVERY-WHERE-ARE YOU? - 19More Like This
Thursday by Poromaa Saturday by Poromaa
Thursday by Poromaa Saturday by Poromaa Aeon by DasGhul
Saturday by Poromaa Aeon by DasGhul Summer's end by lostknightkg
Mono Square Series XXXII by insolitus85
upsurge 2 by FabioKeiner upsurge 2 by FabioKeiner The Concrete by Menoevil
upsurge 2 by FabioKeiner The Concrete by Menoevil scarf by pyros
Metropolis by Art2mys whispers by prismes Black Tears by KizukiTamura
whispers by prismes Black Tears by KizukiTamura
Getty, Liberation of Masterpieces as Open ContentWatch depthRADIUSMore Like This
J. Paul Getty - The Liberation of Masterpieces as Open Content
The J. Paul Getty Museum has initiated an Open Content Program to share, freely and without restriction, as many of the Getty’s digital resources as possible.
A first sharing of 4,600 high-resolution images of the Museum’s collection, including many masterworks, has just been made available and all are free to use, modify, and publish for any purpose.
In a brilliant stroke, the Getty Museum has liberated one of the top collections of art in the world not just for access but for use. The museum is literally “beaming up” the great works in its collection as living resources within the arts themselves, for study, for sheer per