Pat Cleveland wearing Stephen Burrows (1974)
Photo: Charles Tracy
photog narelle autio / swimmers from australian coastline
"Shadowland": Patricia Hartmann photographed by Giovanni Castel for W, May 1994
Luciana Urtiga Brazilian artist,creates illusory, imaginative self portraits. She experiments with different techniques, developing her surreal black and white photography of warped faces.
Luciana Urtiga digitally manipulates her multiple spiral faces that melt into one another, showcasing the endless possibilities that can be captured and created within the camera lens. With her practice, the young talent aims to explore her inner self, finding an answer to the question ‘who am I?’ via
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Han Hyejin by Kim Youngjun for Vogue Korea Dec 2013
Malaika Firth “Spring Uncovered” for Vogue UK, February 2014.
Photographed by: Patrick Demarchelier
“ In compensation for considerable disgust, despondency, and boredom—such as living in solitude without friends, books, duties, or passions necessarily entails—we are given those quarter-hours of deepest communion with ourselves and nature. Those who completely barricade themselves from boredom, barricade themselves from themselves as well: they will never get to drink the most refreshingly potent draught from the their own innermost fountain.
Friedrich Nietzsche (via michaeldx4)
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Women use compact mirrors in packed crowd to catch sight of the queen in London, 1966. By James P. Blair; published in National Geographic.
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