Interesting :)ahh help me out a bit, i can't see the connections.
I like this... Greetings Halina
katrin - Yesterday while Christmas shopping with the kids i saw a young mother and a child. The girl looked about sixteen but she could have been older. i looked at erin's young daughter and thought she was not much younger then her.This stuck with me. i had taken pictures of this beautiful old wooden doll a few months ago and combined it with an old photograph of a young bride. A now and then picture as times haven't really changed that much. Halina - Thank you, i am happy you do.
OK, first of all, I fricken love you Katrin for asking this! Beautiful. Your wheels turn everywhere you go. And now that I know where this came from, I am unsettled. I think of my own body when I was a child becoming a woman, the rise of the curves and the fall of the valleys, as though my body were striking out on its own, desiring things I did not understand. My hands were still on my childhood, while my parts were engaged elsewhere. Your image and the context within which you created it, make me question if we are at any point ready for what happens to us in life. And the answer, I think, is both yes and no.Wonderful image! This dialogue exites me!love youerinxo
erin - i can only imagine what it would be like changing from child into a woman. men just seem to get horny and hair. A woman goes through something else i believe. Thank you for commenting.
Very nice photoart! You inspire me:-) Have good days!
i liked this texture a lot !
Anna - Thank you very much.Caio - And thank you fine sir.
OK, I am laughing my ass off. I didn't expect this of you. AARrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!Women? I dunno. I sure went through something different. And are you really trying to tell me that you just got horny hairlike beastial? I don't believe it.xoerin
yup, that be me. i will post soon and move on from this topic. i laugh.