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Seductive And Sensual

For those here in my family of choice, you already know this. I have an album of photos that are some of the best ( in my opinion ). For those not in my circle, I'm sorry- this album is private.

angelwings626 angelwings626 41-45, F 15 Responses Dec 9, 2009

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I would love for you to add me to your circle. I'm sure they are some of your best and I'd love to see them!

Absolutely, Joe!

I once read a comment from a photojournalist that was active during the Viet-Nam war. He refused to make the switch from B&W to color. When asked why, he replied Kodachrome (color) shows the blood, but tri-x (B&W) shows the BLEEDING. After seeing a number of his photos I know exactly what he was talking about, the emotion was unmistakable.

he he - I see you already are! '-)

I wanna check them out.........

Michelle~ this is why I can stare at a b/w photo again and again, and find myself seeing/feeling several emotions.

Josie~ you are biased my love, and that's ok! he he <br />
I'm glad you enjoyed them.

My Twin~ we are a kindred spirit-- and I know your soul is lovely, too. xxoo

B&W photos are beautiful and powerful. Yours are GREAT! But than the subject is GREAT too!

My twin, <br />
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They are indeed seductive and sensual, much like the owner of said album ;)<br />
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Black and white phography really brings out the nature of the subject I feel, it confronts you with reality, with the emotion. Lovely.<br />
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Mizz

subtle differences in shading and lighting can create a "mood" for a black and white photo, much more so than traditional color photos.

bless sweetheart. I do agree with the sepia toning.

Am listening to John Coltrane's 'Blue Train' album as I'm reading this.<br />
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http://www.last.fm/music/John%2520Coltrane/Blue%2520Train?ac=blue%20train<br />
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You're in my circle but I guess I'll have to wait to see your photography. Try some sepia toning when you use B&W - it adds a whole new dimension and can make very contemporary shots look vintage.<br />
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Regards, EM<br />
(sorry - nothing 'sensual' in my albums - I'd be too embarrased ;) )

I have to get to know someone before I add them to my circle. I love jazz, especially smooth/contemporary. Lovely title and song choice, btw.

I'm sorry to miss out. What must one do to be considered for the circle? I noticed you like jazz. How about a smooth version of "Don't Go To Strangers"?