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  • Katherine Myhill

    Solitude in nature; prayer.

  • Melanie Ngapo

    cool colours & composition - would work for bride and or bridal party

  • Sora

    I like how her hair is piled up on top of her head, she looks like she's thinking about something deep, and that she is a field.

  • Steven Veach

    Untitled by Feaverish – Photo 5391 – Fashion Photography at Flickrista

  • Linda Reynolds

    He thought her beautiful, believed her impeccably wise; dreamed of her, wrote poems to her, which, ignoring the subject, she corrected in red ink. • Virginia Woolf

  • Angela Cruz

    BLOG - feverish (my favourite photography blog)

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