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Things that interest me
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Photos, Double Exposure, Matte Wisniewski, Inspiration, Art, Collage, Portraits, Photography, The Sea
Photo Inspiration: 20 of the best double exposure portraits i’ve ever seen by Matt Wisniewski
untitled, from the series 'my home is the sea' by matt wiesniewski #art #photography #collage #mattwiesniewski
This beautiful collage work could very well be double exposure! My Home is the Sea by Matt Wisniewski via 3oetrope
Portraits Blended with Photos of Nature New York-based artist Matt Wisniewski creates digital collages by blending fashion and nature photographs together into surreal images. The images remind us of photographer Dan Mountford’s double exposure photographs, except Wisniewski uses digital manipulation rather than in-camera trickery.
winter is coming
White Hair, Emilia Clarke, Daenerys Targaryen, Daenerystargaryen, Games Of Thrones, Emiliaclark, Gameofthrones, White Hors, Game Of Thrones
Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones White hair and darker skin is stunning
She is gorgeous #emiliaclarke #gameofthrones #daenerys #targaryen
Game of thrones beauty #DaenerysTargaryen
Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones #GameofThrones #TV #Fantasy
This Man, Joemanganiello, But, Magic, True Blood, Joe Manganiello, Trueblood, Werewolves, Eye Candies
True Blood - Joe Manganiello as Alcide Herveaux. I hope he needs no explanation on why sometimes werewolves are hot!
Alcide, my fav. True Blood eye candy. Joe Manganiello born 1976
Joe Manganiello from True Blood & Magic Mike
True Blood's Alcide- played by Joe Manganiello I like my men hot & howling ;-) #TrueBlood
The men of True Blood... Sexy Alicide shew wee I Love this man.
#JoeManganiello #TrueBlood #MagicMike
Brighid, one of the triple goddesses of the Celtic pantheon, was the daughter of Dagda, All Father of the ancient Tuatha de Danann people. Born at sunrise with a flame beaming from her head, she was a sun goddess, as well as fire and water, and symbolized human potential. The 19 virgin Daughters of the Flame tended her shrine at Kildare. Brighid was so loved that she was sainted and her Festival of Imbolc changed to St. Brighids Day.
Brighid Celtic (Irish). One of the triple Goddesses of the Celtic pantheon. She is the daughter of The Dagda, the All Father of the Tuatha de Danann, one of the most ancient people of Northern Europe. Some say there are actually three Brighids; one is in charge of poetry and inspiration; one is in charge of midwifery and healing, and the last is in charge of crafts and smiths. She probably began as a sun Goddess. According to legend, she was born at sunrise and a tower of flame beamed from her head. As Goddess of fire and water, she is immortalized by many wells and springs. Most important of her monuments, though, was a shrine at Kildare where there was a perpetual flame burning for Brighid. It was tended by nineteen virgins called the Daughters of the Flame, wearing deep crimson habits and bearing swords. They would not talk to men, nor could men come near the shrine. Her feast is St.Brighids Days in Ireland and is the Pagan Festival of Imbolc When Christianity began its onset, so loved was Brighid that she was made a saint. However, the upkeep on her flame was considered pagan by the church and it was extinguished out of more than a thousand years of burning. St. Brigit remains one of the most popular Irish saints today, along with Saint Patrick. Identical to Juno, Queen of Heaven. Symbolizes human potential. Also known as Brigit, Brigid, Brigindo, Bride. Dark the bitter winter, cutting its sharpness, but Bride's mantle, brings spring to Ireland. -Translated from Gaelic text.