Photo Friday’s theme this week is “Simplicity.”
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During one of the first days I arrived in Colorado to tend to my father, my sister and I went to return something at Anthropologie. My sister and I love to shop together and I ended up getting a beautiful turquoise printed dress. Shopping therapy! We declared. It was...
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This photo is kind of creepy. It’s almost abstract. Very nice use of light and shadow!
i just love this picture. the texture in the background and then her hand and arm vs. the smoothness of her belly is really quite beautiful. amazing photograph.
~simply a wonderful take on the theme this week~
Incredible picture Andrea!! You rock!
I love the light and the shadows…beautiful.
There is nothing more holy than the sight of a pregnant woman.
This is so gorgeous — I can’t bear to even talk about the image with words!
Looking at this reminds me of why, in this day and age, men should still, say, open the door for a woman. It is not a question of ability, or weakness. It is a question of respect and acknowledgement — that women are the manifestation of the Goddess on this earth, from which life springs forth. I practice this kind of respect, simply as a natural, accepted acknowledgement (yes, I _worship_ my wife! :-)). It is for the same kind of reason, for instance, that Hindus fold their hands, bow to each other and say “Namaste” when they meet: they are acknowledging the Godhead inherent in each person they meet.
If anyone has any doubt or denial that every woman has this Godliness inherent, just scroll to the top of this page, open your eyes and look. 🙂
Thanks you for sharing this wonderful image!