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Charm is more valuable than beauty. You can resist beauty, but you can't resist charm. ~ Audrey Tatou, (image: Oliver Donzyk): Charm is more valuable than beauty. You can resist beauty, but you can't resist charm.

This picture is a repost, I deleted the initial one. I reprocessed it in order to emphasize more the details on the face which make the beauty of this photo. The character is a fascinating fisherman in the Danube Delta, Romania.

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This picture does not quite work. Focus is in on the scarf, I want more light in the face and focus on a catch light in the near eye.   Perhaps auto focus was used.

(LIFE) Her eyes are so beautiful. I just love how the entire photo is filled with the bright orange drapes of her head cover and then you just go straight to the bright green of her eyes.

pierre gonnard

Photography - Amazing portrait in black white. I always love the character and personality that comes through in close up black and white portraits.

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Tenga : West Africa - Goddess of the earth. The Mossi people believe that Tenga is responsible for the fertility of the land .

Life etched on the human face

Life etched on the human face

Gorgeous Portraits of Mostly Happy 100-Year-Olds 5. When I'm 100, (if ever), this is what I want my 100 year old husband to be like too.

Gorgeous Portraits of Mostly Happy 100-Year-Olds

For his project titled Jahrhundertmensch, German photographer Karsten Thormaehlen shot portraits of elderly men & women who have reached the ripe old age of also known as a “centenarian“.

grandmother....

this image looks as if the woman in the picture had been through many hardships but still manages to smile in the end What a wonderful subject; I'm sure SHE has stories to tell. Laughing Witch by Jason Matthew Tye, via

Le photographe russe Andrew C. Kovalev a installé un petit studio dans un café parisien appelé A.Picolo proche du marché aux puces de Saint-Ouen et a réalisé des portraits de ses clients.

Les visages d'un café parisien

This is a personal portrait series of patrons to A.Picolo, a small Parisian cafe located at the border of Marche aux Puces de Sant-Ouen, one of the largest and oldest flea markets in the world.

YAY DISNEY! World renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz has been capturing shots of celebrities as popular Disney characters for years, as part of her ongoing collection of Disney Dream Portraits. Leibovitz's series takes beloved cartoon characters from the classic Disney films and transforms them into live-action versions of themselves with the help of a few celebrities.

World renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz capturing shots of celebrities in her live-action versions- as part of her ongoing collection of Disney Dream Portraits.

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