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    I am grateful to Tomohide for taking such a wonderful picture which captures the beauty of water and the human body

    Tomohide-Ikeya is a photographer who uses water as a concept of “Control” for her work. Super similar to concept behind my Hair series.

    Inspirational Patterns that can be interpreted by #SICIS The Art Mosaic Factory and be created into a custom #mosaic

    “If the private life of the sea could ever be transposed onto paper, it would talk not about rivers or rain or glaciers or of molecules of oxygen and hydrogen, but of the millions of encounters its waters have shared with creatures of another nature.” ― Federico Chini, The Sea Of Forgotten Memories

    "You are like the ocean, pretty enough on the surface, but dive into your depths, you'll find beauty most people don't see ..." -Ellen Hopkins

    Use a waterproof case, or waterproof video recording device. Attach the suction cups to glass/smooth tiles in the pool, or use the open hooking end with a rope or string. Get creative and you can get any amazing shot you can dream up.

    We cannot journey into the dark side for a quick dip or an afternoon liaison. To understand our shadow completely takes a willingness to let go of what we think we know. It takes the force of a caged lion to break open the cellar doors that we ourselves chained closed many moons ago. -Debbie Ford, The Shadow Effect

    by lauraconverse on Etsy/. ~*~*~*~*~*"Have good trust in yourself -- not in the One that you think you should be, but in the One that you are". *Zen Master Taizan Maezumi, 1931-1995 - Se dovessi darti un consiglio, ti direi: non lasciarti intimidire dalle opinioni altrui. Poiché solo la mediocrità cerca conferme, affronta i rischi e fa' quello che desideri. (Paulo Coelho, Aleph)

    I always wore MY best summer outfit into the pool too. of the first water

    "More shocking, though, was that we also looked at young girls ... and these ... girls ages 9-11 - and we found that 48% were vitamin D deficient at the end of the winter. And 17% remained vitamin D deficient at the end of the summer because of wearing all the sun protection." --Michael Holick.[ Great Article with Holick and Mike Adams]: www.naturalnews.c...