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Manuel Estheim #bleaq #photography #dark

Dark and emotional portraits by Manuel Estheim

Manuel Estheim #bleaq #photography #dark

Retrat espectacular de TongTong #fotografia #photography

Retrat espectacular de TongTong #fotografia #photography

tumblr mzjcavujDa1r3yixdo1 500 Random Inspiration 119 | Architecture, Cars, Girls, Style & Gear - i like the dripping effect on the fingers

Random Inspiration 119

tumblr mzjcavujDa1r3yixdo1 500 Random Inspiration 119 | Architecture, Cars, Girls, Style & Gear - i like the dripping effect on the fingers

tumblr mzjcavujDa1r3yixdo1 500 Random Inspiration 119 | Architecture, Cars, Girls, Style Gear

Random Inspiration 119

tumblr mzjcavujDa1r3yixdo1 500 Random Inspiration 119 | Architecture, Cars, Girls, Style Gear

"When you're drowning, you can't reach out for another person's hand. All you will do is drag them down with you. You have to find something else to hold onto..."

"When you're drowning, you can't reach out for another person's hand. All you will do is drag them down with you. You have to find something else to hold onto..."

The Algea are Greek Goddesses of Suffering. They are daughters of Eris, the Goddess of Strife. The Algea are referred to as being ”full of weeping,” and they governed suffering of both body and mind. They are named Akhos (“distress”), Ania (“grief”), and Lupe (“pain”). This is Akhos, the Goddess of Distress.

The Algea are Greek Goddesses of Suffering. They are daughters of Eris, the Goddess of Strife. The Algea are referred to as being ”full of weeping,” and they governed suffering of both body and mind. They are named Akhos (“distress”), Ania (“grief”), and Lupe (“pain”). This is Akhos, the Goddess of Distress.

The Algea are Greek Goddesses of Suffering. They are daughters of Eris, the Goddess of Strife. The Algea are referred to as being ”full of weeping,” and they governed suffering of both body and mind. They are named Akhos (“distress”), Ania (“grief”), and Lupe (“pain”). This is Akhos, the Goddess of Distress.

The Algea are Greek Goddesses of Suffering. They are daughters of Eris, the Goddess of Strife. The Algea are referred to as being ”full of weeping,” and they governed suffering of both body and mind. They are named Akhos (“distress”), Ania (“grief”), and Lupe (“pain”). This is Akhos, the Goddess of Distress.

This photo manipulation is very well done and visually interesting. The image has a great deal of movement and resembles a disturbance in the individual similarly to ripples in water after the stillness is disturbed. It thrives in black and white because it takes on an edgy feel and the dark darks contrast nicely with the bright whites. -OP

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This photo manipulation is very well done and visually interesting. The image has a great deal of movement and resembles a disturbance in the individual similarly to ripples in water after the stillness is disturbed. It thrives in black and white because it takes on an edgy feel and the dark darks contrast nicely with the bright whites. -OP

What lies beneath "I'm fine, thank you". I like this concept, a lot of my sketches use the idea of a shadow of something underneath, a sort of contained insanity.

Siren Story NUMBER 8

What lies beneath "I'm fine, thank you". I like this concept, a lot of my sketches use the idea of a shadow of something underneath, a sort of contained insanity.

More than words could  possibly carry - Deep, quiet, and overbearing sadness  The weight that bears down on every tear  Not just the ones that colour your cheeks  So often it creeps up on you  So often when you think all is done and dusted  All because you can't fathom the burn of the hurt,  For you remember too clearly the laughters that were only too recently past.

More than words could possibly carry - Deep, quiet, and overbearing sadness The weight that bears down on every tear Not just the ones that colour your cheeks So often it creeps up on you So often when you think all is done and dusted All because you can't fathom the burn of the hurt, For you remember too clearly the laughters that were only too recently past.

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