A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“A beauty neither of fine colour nor long eyelash, nor pencilled brow, but of meaning, of movement, of radiance.”
(Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre)
I remember her from last year. 🙂
You have good memory, Ashley!! She is my granny, 2 days ago she made her 90th anniversary… and she is, all you can see… (…smiling…)
Well, she’s memorable in a delightful way. 🙂
Thank you again, Ashley!! (…smiling too…)
Beautiful lady… and beautifully captured.
Enjoy the weekend, my friend.
Thank you, dear Malin!! I didn´t make anything, she is just like that, full of radiance!!
…and for you too, a wonderful weekend!!
Thank you so much!!
It’s nice portrait~
~ The valete forever.
Good day dear^^
Thank you so much!
…and a lovely day for you too!!
You took beautiful pictures of a beautiful person
…and I thank you so much for your kind comment!!
An other year over; she still looks very vibrant. I also like the triptych-sequence. Have a fine weekend!
Thank you so much, Harrie! I like this feeling of the circle, to return to the same places and faces… (…smiling for you…)
A wonderful weekend for you too!!
A true beauty.
Oh, Eames!… I thank you so, so very much!! (…smiling…)
Another proof that beauty is everywhere, just like Rodin said. And I add that it knows no boundaries and has no age also.
Thank you, Benoît – my feelings too!! (…smiling for you…)
I too echo Benoit’s thoughts entirely! This triptych works very well indeed, gradually getting closer to the subject – and what a beautiful person, in all senses of the term. Well done, Kari! Adrian 🙂
Oh, Adrian!! Thank you so, so much for your kind words!! (…smiling and smiling…)
Great triptych. Love it.
Thank you so much, John!! (…smiling…)
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