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  • Gypsyfroggie

    From the many people that I photographed, there probably is a single face that I couldn't forget. Rosalinda... such a face and a personality. Sporting a pink hair, she is an epitome of life well-spent. Every line in her wrinkles tells a story. Every ring in her fingers speaks of beautiful memories. I have beautiful memories of her. And I am going back to take a picture of her again. One of these days... --Woophy

  • Penny Arsenault

    Old Black and White Photography | black and white, indian, jewelry, old, woman

  • Linnea Lenkus Portrait Studios

    This would be wasted in color...only black and white is rich with this much detail. -repinned from Los Angeles County, CA portrait photographer #portraits

  • Diego Fernandez

    Of the stories they must be able to tell…the true power of black and white photography.

  • gus schlieckmann

    Black White Portraits

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