Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference. —Winston Churchill
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Mindful Mondays :: What would you do if money was not an object? What do I desire?
Profiles of people with a night landscape on them by Daniel Barreto
What I really love about this series is the blank look on all of the subjects faces. Like they’re searching for something but aren’t quite sure for what.
The landscapes vaguely superimposed gives a sense of them being alone in that environment, and closely connected to it in some emotional way. Almost as if that place is the thing that evoked whatever they’re feeling at the current moment. Maybe it’s a hometown, a dream, a place they feel at peace in, or possibly the opposite.
Regardless of what it all means, the images are beautifully serene, and for a moment if you take a deep breath, you feel like you’re there too.
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Throwback Thursday: High-waisted pants
High-waisted pants became a huge fashion trend in the 1940’s during the second World War. As men were shipped overseas to defend their country, women at home began entering the work field. With skirts being an inconvenient fashion piece, especially in factories, women began to wear high-waisted pants. As a decade pass, high-waisted capris took over the fashion scene. As time goes on, the length of each trouser only decreased. Eventually, high-waisted shorts became part of the mainstream fashion.
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