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    • Pijon Smith

      “Close your eyes and turn your face into the wind. Feel it sweep along your skin in an invisible ocean of exultation. Suddenly, you know you are alive.” ― Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

    • Marly Gommans

      women, waking up, sleeping and dreaming and hair with a breeze...

    • Elizabeth

      The sun on my skin and the wind in my hair.

    • serio vitium

      || convertible / windy wind hair blowing

    • chloml

      Wind blowing through my hair

    • Tessa-Marie

      backlighting - photography

    • Fran Durham

      with the wind in your hair

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    "You have no idea how beautiful you are, do you?" The wind blew her hair in her face, but her eyes still shown out. She was beaming. "I wouldn't exactly call myself beautiful." The way she smiles proves herself wrong.

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    Dad always told me to keep the blinds shut and never answer the door unless he was home. He wasn't home until midnight most nights, sometimes later. This night, he didn't come home until morning. I heard a car door shut. I scurried to the window and gently striped back the blinds to be met with red and blue lights that carried the bad news.


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    Wind and leaves.


    wind in your hair, sun on your skin.


    Let your hair down

    Dear shampoo brands. You should all be ashamed of your hair ads.


    Selene was a beautiful girl. Even when she frowned, the light had a way of radiated through her very aura. It eased Kiki, no matter what shadowed over her mind at that present time. Perhaps that's why she was so quick to call Selene her best friend. Just like the water reflected the light in a dazzling dual dance, they both seemed to add to each other's presence in a magical way.