rain of life pouring down (no umbrellas allowed)

Selfie. This Tree-Girl, standing underneath the leaves of a Weeping Willow. 
The first of a few more I plan on taking on my own, or with the help of a friend.

Selfie. This Tree-Girl, standing underneath the leaves of a Weeping Willow.
The first of a few more I plan on taking on my own, or with the help of a friend.


2000-lightyearsfromhome:

 

Kara Young by Peter Lindbergh, 1984


My response that first comes to mind when looking at this capture of this mystery girl’s eyes:"Just look into them—her eyes.They hold vastness and endless yearnings. They hold the mysteries of the seas. You can feel a tug and pull at your heart strings, just by taking the simplest glance into them. They hold secrets  and unravel them just the same, just by and through one quick blink.I do not recall ever seeing such beautiful sights and such clarity,just by looking at and into one set of eyes. If ever a set of eyes were able to find me and see into my core, it would be these alone.” TL Sipple View Larger

2000-lightyearsfromhome:

 

Kara Young by Peter Lindbergh, 1984

My response that first comes to mind when looking at this capture of this mystery girl’s eyes:
"Just look into them—her eyes.
They hold vastness and endless yearnings. They hold the mysteries
of the seas.
You can feel a tug and pull at your heart strings, just by taking the simplest glance into them. They hold secrets and unravel them just the same, just by and through one quick blink.
I do not recall ever seeing such beautiful sights and such clarity,
just by looking at and into one set of eyes.
If ever a set of eyes were able to find me and see into my core, it would be these alone.” TL Sipple