Tess Mercer - The youngest in the group. Devastated after the death of her twin sister, her ability manifested itself so that she could create duplicates of herself. So far, she can only create one copy of herself--probably to fill the void that her dead sibling left.

Tess Mercer - Devastated after the death of her twin sister, her ability manifested itself so that she could create duplicates of herself. So far, she can only create one copy of herself--probably to fill the void that her dead sibling left.

I lovingly take care of my body, my mind, and my emotions.

she looks calm and happy by the way she's smiling and how her hair is like she is content in her life A good laugh is always sexy. reference, photo, woman, black and white, smile

black and white photography

grab a book. find your favorite place. get a nice hot cup of coffee or tea. and take the morning to yourself.

Maybe a photoshoot at a coffee shop or somewhere similar? I really want to do some "through the glass" shots.

Subordination & Dominance- the photo emphasizes the girl and the city reflection in the window hold secondary importance in comparison to her. The reflection of the city in the glass is Subordinate while the girl herself is the Dominant subject

Karl Oskar Lööw, Fredhäll, Uppland, Sweden    The crofter Karl Oskar Lööw in Fredhäll. Born in 1873. Photo by Einar Erici.

"portrait of Karl Oskar Lööw, Fredhäll, Uppland, Sweden." - who cares about hair when you have a BEARD like this? full thick long beard and mustache beards bearded man men vintage retro antique

Seeing her sitting there unresponsive makes me realize that silence has a sound.

Have your subject look towards a natural light source for highlighting and contouring the face naturally.cute hairstyle too

Eveline Rozing by David Cohen de Lara in "City Limits" for Fashion Gone Rogue

Eveline Rozing by David Cohen de Lara in "City Limits" for

Mysterious, cool and fierce vibe Eveline Rozing by David Cohen de Lara in "City Limits" for Fashion Gone Rogue

// Eva Besnyö

Eva Besnyö at Charley Toorop’s place, Bergen, -by John Fernhout [for memory: John Fernhout was the son of the painter Charley Toorop; and the photographer, Eva Besnyö his first wife] via HD

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