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youthink I’m beautifulyou thinkyou’ve seen the real mebut would you runwould you come undoneif I showed youmy disease
Specs: 50 MM/manual focus/manual exposure/natural lighting/self portraitISO 1600 for added grain/Taken: 5.1.13
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amazing work :)
Aww…you’re just saying that.Thanks for saying that…heheh…
– Birgitta †
I like to think not my friend. Everyone has imperfections. Moving work Brigitta. Interesting concept
Thanks, D. :)(And yes, it’s the imperfections that I’m attracted to in people.)
Wonderful work my friend!!!!
Why thank you, Mrs. C.Hope you’ve been well. :)
Dare I say highly erotic?Beautiful artwork Birgitta :o) xx
Ta, darl. :)
If everything was clear, what would the fun and challenge in that be?…I do so enjoy the ambiguity you’ve generated by the title. A provocative and beautiful image. I’ve missed you X
I’m not sure I’d be happy if everything were clear. Opposition, sorrow, and pain have long become friends- not only friends- but what drives me forward and are my strongest creative team. I have a feeling you know exactly what I mean. ;)
Thanks, B. xo
Sitting in his armchair you can feel his disease ….I`m actually sitting here amazed cause as soon as I his this page I realized the radio in the studio kitchen was playing `Come together’. How freakin’ weird is THAT !?!Anyways, I don`t know about your disease but what I can say is that the emotion you`ve put into this is pure viral contagion. It`s not like I`m trying to figure out your pose or what you`re doing with your necklace. I`m just letting this image into my bloodstream and it`s creating some chemical process that`s taking control over my emotions and making me feel fuzzy. Kind of like getting a germ from someone you really dig and even though you`ve got a fever it kinda makes you feel cool…I actually think it`s amazing that this unusual portrait does that to me.
And thanks for the link to Jen. Her work is sublime :-)And hope your disease is as good as it looks from here.Thanx for the bug :-)x
Yeah, Jen is gorgeous. (She’s a ballerina too with a fierce measure of discipline. I admire the heck out of her for that.) Your legs are still better than hers but I won’t tell her that. If she saw your legs- she’d probably agree. Haa….I get the feeling I’m going to be in trouble somehow. ;)
The whole disease thing- you know- it’s funny because we all hide our flaws, especially character flaws from others. We try to show them our “good sides” and I do the same thing, mostly, but I do like to break down walls and show the deeper layers within me. Some people embrace seeing the grit and the grime and even applaud it- others want to slap a pretty bow on you and pretend those ugly things don’t exist- but they do- in all of us. My disease is any and every part of me that people might be too afraid to see- including me. Damn these psychology classes!
XOLove you, BB.:)
And yes, that is weird timing! (feel his disease)
like this, very nice work Birgitta
Thanks, Ant. :)