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Early 20th century portrait of a woman, taken in Gothenburg by Gustaf Sandlund.
Based on her clothes and other photos from the same photographer, I would date this photo to around 1911. And I love how she is posed to match the little portrait on the table, also depicting a woman with a book, in the same pose. That photo could well be for example of her mother, or some other close female relative.
A woman written in mystery
is worth a curiosity trip
I saw you at an airport, ticket in your hand
I got a feeling in my heart I didn't understand
Something in the way you were, something foreign in your eyes
Made me wish that I could share one moment of your life
Mysterious woman, I wonder, did you see
The kind of spell you put on me?
Mysterious woman, I wish I could find the key
To the kind of spell you put on me
Early 1860s portrait of a sitting woman, taken by W. Boswell in Norwich, England.
The photographer was William Boswell, born in 1840, who started his photography business ca 1859 - later he would go into a partnership with his father (though that seems to have been after this photo was taken). Around 1870 he left Norwich and his photography studio and continued on to Dartford (where he became an ironmonger!).
(Bought at a flea market in Rome.)
A woman is a singer, a performer of Russian folk songs and honors. Very beautiful sonorous voice. This artist not only sings, she plays all Russian folk instruments (balalaika, wooden spoons and much more). Now a combination of old Russian folk instruments with modern electronic music has become popular. In the background, a man is a musician who plays drums and a synthesizer. Very beautiful and unusual.
Photo taken at the international music exhibition NAMM 2019 in Sokolniki. Moscow. Russia.
Portrait of a woman in city lights of the night.
Zeiss Planar T* 85mm F/1.4 ZF2 with adapter. to GFX
If you see a woman
That has everything
Going for herself
And you're not ready
To add value to her life . . .
Just admire her from afar
Please don't interrupt her greatness.
Allure Couture, Laura Gown @ 2nd Chance until 30 April
A portrait from the middle of the 1880s, taken in Uppsala, Sweden, by the photographer Erik Dahlberg. Unfortunately, I don't know who the woman is.
(The original has been enhanced since it had become quite washed out, probably due to its age.)
Woman Walking, small acrylic on linen www.saatchiart.com/tonybel
☠ Tune: Woman - Neneh Cherry ☠
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Lingerie Set: Cynful
Jewellery Set: Heartsdale Jewellery
Pose: Amitié Poses
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Woman... You were born to be strong and fight along your life, showing you can do everything.
But it's ok if you think about giving up sometimes, if you sit and cry without knowing what to do, if you scream for help when you need to.
Before being a wonderful woman, you are human. And you make mistakes, you do bad things (and who don't?), you are weak sometimes...
But you have inside you a boundless strength, and that is what keeps you alive, that is what makes you want to keep fighting!
No matter what happens during your life, turn the obstacles you find into an impulse to move you ahead, always smiling, always proud of who you are and what you have done with your life!
Yes you were born to be strong but also you were born to shine!
And Happy International Women's Day!!
A silhouetted woman capture emerging into the light.
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A gift to me for my birthday from my husband, who appreciates a dark-eyed, dark haired woman with a very direct gaze.
I think she is simply magnificent.
"LINES ON A YOUNG LADY'S PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM"
By Philip Larkin
At last you yielded up the album, which
Once open, sent me distracted. All your ages
Matt and glossy on the thick black pages!
Too much confectionery, too rich:
I choke on such nutritious images.
My swivel eye hungers from pose to pose --
In pigtails, clutching a reluctant cat;
Or furred yourself, a sweet girl-graduate;
Or lifting a heavy-headed rose
Beneath a trellis, or in a trilby-hat
(Faintly disturbing, that, in several ways) --
From every side you strike at my control,
Not least through those these disquieting chaps who loll
At ease about your earlier days:
Not quite your class, I'd say, dear, on the whole.
But o, photography! as no art is,
Faithful and disappointing! that records
Dull days as dull, and hold-it smiles as frauds,
And will not censor blemishes
Like washing-lines, and Hall's-Distemper boards,
But shows a cat as disinclined, and shades
A chin as doubled when it is, what grace
Your candour thus confers upon her face!
How overwhelmingly persuades
That this is a real girl in a real place,
In every sense empirically true!
Or is it just the past? Those flowers, that gate,
These misty parks and motors, lacerate
Simply by being you; you
Contract my heart by looking out of date.
Yes, true; but in the end, surely, we cry
Not only at exclusion, but because
It leaves us free to cry. We know what was
Won't call on us to justify
Our grief, however hard we yowl across
The gap from eye to page. So I am left
To mourn (without a chance of consequence)
You, balanced on a bike against a fence;
To wonder if you'd spot the theft
Of this one of you bathing; to condense,
In short, a past that no one now can share,
No matter whose your future; calm and dry,
It holds you like a heaven, and you lie
Unvariably lovely there,
Smaller and clearer as the years go by.
I wonder if she spent her first hours of the new year alone, or with loved ones or maybe even alone, with loved ones.
We went to Marshall's Beach near the Golden Gate bridge, San Francisco. A woman in a red dress was walking out on the sandy beach at low tide.
I processed a balanced and a photographic HDR photo from three RAW exposure, merged them, and carefully adjusted the color balance and curves. I welcome and appreciate constructive comments.
-- ƒ/8.0, 50 mm, 1/50 sec, ISO 200, Sony A7 II, Canon 50mm f0.95, HDR, 3 RAW exposures, _DSC5084_5_6_hdr3bal1pai5g.jpg
-- CC BY-NC-SA 4.0, © Peter Thoeny, Quality HDR Photography
PRETTY WOMAN, WON´T YOU PARDON ME
PRETTY WOMAN, I COULDN´T HELP BUT SEE
PRETTY WOMAN, AND YOU LOOK LOVELY AS CAN BE
ARE YOU LONELY JUST LIKE ME
PRETTY WOMAN, STOP A WHILE
PRETTY WOMAN, TALK A WHILE
PRETTY WOMAN, GIVE YOUR SMILE TO ME
PRETTY WOMAN, YEAH, YEAH, YEAH
PRETTY WOMAN, LOOK MY WAY
PRETTY WOMAN, SAY YOU´LL STAY WITH ME
(Pretty woman- Roy Orbison)-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Taken with my i-phone.
Photo by Paula Anddrade
Hoje começa a PRIMAVERA! Que novos planos, novos projetos, novos sonhos desabrochem... Desejo uma linda primavera a todos vcs, meus amigos.
It's SPRING time here. Hope new projects, new plans, new dreams come in bloom...
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Woman n' street art in the notorious Exarchia alleys"
Leaving your smell on my coat
Leaving your taste on my shoulder
I still fail to understand what it is about this woman ...
Maroon 5 - Woman
Black Magic Woman (lyrics) by
I got a black magic woman
Got a black magic woman
Yes, I got a black magic woman
Got me so blind i can't see
But She's a black magic woman
And she's tryin' to make a devil out of me
You got your spell on me baby
You got your spell on me baby
Yes, you got your spell on me baby
Turning my heart into stone
I need you so bad, magic woman, I can't leave you alone
Got a black magic woman
I got a black magic woman
I've got a black magic woman
Got me so blind I can't see
But she's a black magic woman
Tryin' to make a devil out of me
And she's a black magic woman
Tryin'to make a devil out of me
Black magic woman you gonna make the devil out of me
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