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carlosjackal 7 months, 2 days ago Reply
there is a light that never goes out by saintedmad

Mysticism, mystery, horror and history all in one amazing image. Top draw.

there is a light that never goes out there is a light...
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carlosjackal 10 months, 2 weeks ago Reply
reflections by Miss Dahlia

Woah...Lost gem of a pic. This is wonderful :)

reflections reflections
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After_hours 1 year, 1 month ago Reply
eve by saintedmad

pencil drawing?? no fking way.. typical response from one that nailed stick figures in art class ..incredible piece of artistry.

eve eve
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carlosjackal 1 year, 2 months ago Reply
the last red girl by saintedmad

Yes. Utterly brilliant art.

the last red girl the last red girl
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carlosjackal 1 year, 2 months ago Reply
the last red girl by saintedmad

Double comment. So worth it though.

the last red girl the last red girl
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ButcherBenji 1 year, 3 months ago Reply
a face you can't say no to by Miss Dahlia

I'd love to meet this little fella :)

a face you can't say no to a face you can't...
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ButcherBenji 1 year, 3 months ago Reply
weathered skin by Miss Dahlia

So many amazing sights. This one really speaks to me. A well-traveled life is a life well-lived. And weathered skin is the result of that life. Thank you so much for sharing your journeys with us. Don't be shy about sharing more.

weathered skin weathered skin
By Miss Dahlia
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carlosjackal 1 year, 4 months ago Reply
the redder room than my heart by saintedmad

I imagine David Lynch behind the door with a wry smile on his face :)

the redder room than my heart the redder room...
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carlosjackal 1 year, 4 months ago Reply
watercolor by Miss Dahlia

This is a fabulous image. Amazing capture.

watercolor watercolor
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carlosjackal 1 year, 4 months ago Reply
the market by Miss Dahlia

Love the contrast between the bright colours and the darker shades.

the market the market
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carlosjackal 1 year, 4 months ago Reply
shadow her self by saintedmad

Brilliant, brilliant artistry.

shadow her self shadow her self
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Miss Dahlia 1 year, 4 months ago Reply
half of everything by saintedmad

this is so enchanting~~

half of everything half of everything
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ButcherBenji 1 year, 4 months ago Reply
whosoever believeth in me by saintedmad

The mirror-like effect is striking. Onscreen it appears to be painted on dark glass. This is killer.

whosoever believeth in me whosoever...
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carlosjackal 1 year, 4 months ago Reply
whosoever believeth in me by saintedmad

This is both stunning and haunting. You're such a brilliant talent, Ness.

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carlosjackal 1 year, 5 months ago Reply
o come all ye faithful by saintedmad

Merry Xmas, Ness! X

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ButcherBelial 1 year, 6 months ago Reply
orangecrush by saintedmad

I really like the shots that make me feel like I'm flying.

orangecrush orangecrush
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admin 1 year, 6 months ago Reply
on years of little faith by saintedmad

I have a thing for old graves, too. Someone's probably taking a stroll over mine as I type this. Couldn't pick a more lovely spot for a dirtnap. The moss on the stones really freezes the landscape to my mind.

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on years of little faith on years of...
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carlosjackal 1 year, 7 months ago Reply
tarred and feathered by Miss Dahlia

I still can't believe you let me use this for the front cover of my 2nd book. Still eternally grateful :0)

tarred and feathered tarred and feathered
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ButcherBelial 1 year, 11 months ago Reply
all quiet by saintedmad

All quiet. Makes me think about all the troublesome thoughts one could have in a perfectly silent vacuum. Of course, the ocean would be roaring here, so more a 'quiet' than a 'silence', if you know what I mean. I don't watch much tv, but there's a British sci fi-tech anthology series I've been enjoying recently called 'Black Mirror', and I think it's season 2 that ends with the episode "White Christmas". The brutality of silence is examined in the episode, and honest to god the ending nearly sent me into a full-blown panic attack! (Watch it if you dare!) Anyway, I was just thinking about our thoughts in the silence, and that Black Mirror episode occurred to me upon seeing the title of this photo. So I'm disturbed all over again. But the ocean has always had a healing, calming effect for me. Everything gon' be ah-ight. So thank you. Let us all be grateful for the quiet, and for the fact that it's not going to be "Christmas everyday". Great stuff. Sigh. I really need to see the ocean again.

all quiet all quiet
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ButcherBelial 1 year, 11 months ago Reply
she was here by saintedmad

It may seem like a rather macabre pastime to the uninitiated but truth be told I'd be kind of flattered if my grave were to be of interest to some artist a hundred-plus years from now. It will probably happen to most of the artists here some day. And they will stand over you all and wonder aloud about your bones and pray for your eternal souls. It is a positive for people to be able to feel empathy for someone from a more tragic time (which is what the past always is, a least the recent past). As for myself, I foresee a different fate for my own cadaver: a donation to the Anatomy Gifts Registry as a tool for forensic training & research. I'm machinating here...bear with me: I hope to be staring up at the sky for a few months before my decomposition is found by future investigators. I'm not comfortable with the official process these days...death has become a racket. Give me to science, please!

http://www.anatomygifts.org/home.html

she was here she was here
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