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  • ♥ Lµ♌ik Aµdio♌ ☺

    Reminds me of Martha Graham :)

  • Jane Brunton

    photo by Laurent Weyl. blue sari, grey sky, black umbrella.

  • Carol's Morales

    photo by Laurent Weyl Beautiful

  • Rexi44

    Rainwalker from Laurent Weyl's 2008 exhibition, Réfugiés climatiques. A GORGEOUS image, like rain beneath the umbrella. Weyl's way with color is like Emily Dickinson's rhymes, tilted just enough to spill. Climate Refugees by Collectif Argos (book at http://www.amazon.com/Climate-Refugees-Collectif-Argos/dp/0262514397 )

  • Kshni Ammat

    Burqa, umbrella, blue, storm, veil

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  • Amin Moussavi

    How true. But romance aside, a striking and beautiful photo. I remember seeing her.