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She by lovetoast She by lovetoast
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she held herself straight as she walked
with a long scarf hanging around her neck.
between every moment,
her face was plastered with a mysterious smirk
that would disappear with the end of a secret quiet moment.

every moment she found to herself she smiled.
but she was never alone.
because i saw her
and she saw me
and we shared her secret.

self taken pictures. scraps found.
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Mnightarrow Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2006   Writer
I like the placement of the text. I didn't even see the "happy heart" out by itself until I put this as my wallpaper, but it wasa nice find. Without cluttering it up, the textures and text really makes this grab one's attention. :D
himnofeda Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2005
LifelessBeforeThis Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2005   Writer
Awesome. In awe of the textures.
lovetoast Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2005  Professional Artisan Crafter
;) thanks!
the background is a scan from my dad's old music book.
bloodybones Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2005   Photographer
I can't believe nobody commented on this's simple, relatively clean, not too cluttered.....I love the model.....I find it interesting that the models eye are absent from every frame except one....and just one eye in that one.....was that just to protect the identity of the model or was it intentional? Also......the top strip of film is 110......I'm a Photo Tech....and we kind of laugh at 110 matter what you do it almost never makes nice looking prints.....even with digital equipment....

oh well...not a criticism....just a observation......excellent job......+fav
lovetoast Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2005  Professional Artisan Crafter
thank you SO much for the comment. out of 131 views so far, the only comment.

the "model" is me... i'm self consious about my eyes because i stay up to late and have some tired bags under my eyes... and also it does make the image less of a portait of the person as a biography or story, and it leaves the art and beauty of the persons shape. i really love covering up the eyes. i think it lets the veiwer focus on the form of the person as an obejct rather that a personaltiy. i've obectified myself i guess...

and that film is so neat looking, even though i'm sure it doesn't work very well. Found it in my mom's old photo albums.

thanks again :hug:
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