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Emotional Photography by Kalie Garrett | Cuded
Once again i really like the way the photographer has captured this image. Its really nice because the light that looks like its shining through something is only on the woman which draws your attention straight to her. The dull colours are really effective and show a strong sense of emotion and sadness, this photo makes you eant to know more about this woman and the way the photo has been captured. I really like how effective it is and how much the woman stands out on the dark background.
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Your unconscious shadow attitudes, inescapably, become the lenses through which you look at life. Refusing to “own” a shadow tendency just makes you less conscious that it is distorting your perspective. Because inevitably, when you can’t see something in yourself, you project the quality onto someone else, either judging or admiring the quality in them.-Sally Kempton