A woman speaks… camera scripta, camera picta… a room…
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
(George Bernard Shaw)
🙂 Best ‘selfie’ I’ve seen..
…(…smiling so much…) Oh…thank you so much, Harrie – you are so kind…
🙂 (it’s actually a photo of a mirror..)
…with all the reflections…
You are very beautiful – lovely shot
…so many thanks, Nathan!
overflowing inspirations… before I wondered if you know Kafkas correspondence with Milena Jesenská, almost as devastating as easful to read. And this strong white! an important colour, if it is one.
Thank you for your comment, Jörg! I have not read this book, but now i want too!! (…smiling so much…)
…white, just light…
Brilliant quote for a shining picture;
Thank you so much, Mathias!!
Great image and quote! Still love your work but don’t get here as often as I’d like. Glad you keep posting.
Thank you so much, Katherine, for your kind comment…
Another stunning shot Kari – you have, of course, the perfect subject matter! G
Greg, I thank you so much for your words…
Oh love this, Kari! The quote is so true – and especially so these days. And the image works very, very well – due to your blank stare >>> and, more so, to the combination of the muted colours and your red lipstick, that really provides a focal point. A 🙂
…love your comments, Adrian!! (…smiling so much for you…) Thank you so very much, as always!!
Simple and interesting image 🙂
Thank you so much B. Reeves!
…and thank you for “following me”… (…smiling…)
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