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Weird but interesting... I like the grayish hue, and the violet light, but Sherlocks design isn't my favorite!

I love the confidence, she looks like she's ready to take on... whatever task she needs to take on! I also really like the bold lines used above her head, and with different colors too! Very street-art.

don't really know why I am so drawn to cemeteries. perhaps it is my aversion to be buried. they are a sad place. loved ones gone and forgotten over time. I don't "do" death well. loss is long and deep.

Whoever put this majestic beast in a bottle and sent it to me in a box labeled DO NOT OPEN EVER, I love you.

"Love me and love my Dog," thou didst reply: "Love, as both should be lov'd.'' ''I will," said I. Sir John Harrington, from 'To His Wife For Striking Her Dog' (c.1600) | Photo:'charcoal' by Helle Jorgensen | (a very old quote! "love me love my........" defending our small friends; dogs, cats, birds or bunnies, since the 1600's. love is grand:-)

Young girl ain't got no chances, No roots to keep her strong. She's shed all pretenses That someday she'll belong. Some folks call her a runaway, A failure in the race. But she knows where her ticket takes her; She will find her place in the sun.

Stunning Works Of Art You Won't Believe Aren't Photographs: Daisy - Charcoal

The Graces - Aglaia (Splendor), Euphrosyne (Mirth) and Thalia (Good Cheer). Daughters of Zeus and Eurynome, a child of the Titan, Ocean.

Photos to Illustrations for Pinups

John 20:13,14 They said to her, Woman, why are you weeping?" She said to them, "They have taken away my Lord, and I do not know where they have laid him." Having said this, she turned around and saw Jesus standing, but she did not know that it was Jesus.