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Wow - Sunlight shining over the top of Rock Face - Life's Etchings Photography

Wow - Sunlight shining over the top of Rock Face - Life's Etchings Photography

MADE IN SAMOA SPOTLIGHT - CIRCLE OF LIFE SHELL PENDANT from http://www.janetssamoa.com/circle-of-life-mop-pendant-brps65/  Features  Mother of Pearl Carved into Ocean Wave Pacific and Samoan Designs etched into the shell face Adjustable Chord for comfortable fit Unisex Wear Dimension: Approximately 3 inches long (Shell face)  An exquisitely carved shell pendant. No two shell surfaces are ever exactly alike. The swirl pattern represents the rolling waves of the Pacific. Only from…

MADE IN SAMOA SPOTLIGHT - CIRCLE OF LIFE SHELL PENDANT from http://www.janetssamoa.com/circle-of-life-mop-pendant-brps65/ Features Mother of Pearl Carved into Ocean Wave Pacific and Samoan Designs etched into the shell face Adjustable Chord for comfortable fit Unisex Wear Dimension: Approximately 3 inches long (Shell face) An exquisitely carved shell pendant. No two shell surfaces are ever exactly alike. The swirl pattern represents the rolling waves of the Pacific. Only from…

Wrinkles are beautiful. "Wrinkles are a representation of every emotion we have experienced throughout our lives. With every laugh, smile and frown, our facial muscles are subjected to a range of repetitive movements that cause our skin to crease with time. These wrinkles document the emotions we have experienced and as a result, they’re a representation of everything that’s made us who we are today." (Australian Natural Health Magazine):

Wrinkles are beautiful. "Wrinkles are a representation of every emotion we have experienced throughout our lives. With every laugh, smile and frown, our facial muscles are subjected to a range of repetitive movements that cause our skin to crease with time. These wrinkles document the emotions we have experienced and as a result, they’re a representation of everything that’s made us who we are today." (Australian Natural Health Magazine):

He Dog - Oglala Lakota, closely associated with Crazy Horse around 1860's, a warrior who lived his life on the northern plains.

He Dog - Oglala Lakota, closely associated with Crazy Horse around 1860's, a warrior who lived his life on the northern plains.

"Most of my photos are grounded in people. I look for the unguarded moment, the essential soul peeking out, experience etched on a person's face. I try to convey what it is like to be that person." - Steve McCurry, photographer

"Most of my photos are grounded in people. I look for the unguarded moment, the essential soul peeking out, experience etched on a person's face. I try to convey what it is like to be that person." - Steve McCurry, photographer

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