I have this irrational fear where I believe hands like claws will grab my ankle and pull me down when I'm swimming close to rocks. But not any rock, it has to be a porous one.
Do you have any water phobia? Please share!
I have featured this beautiful image here -
. hugging dead girls .. hugging dead girls .
my offer - i'll deliver you small bits of minimalist prosery, you take them and open your head a little ... let your own story in. you tell those stories in your heads, behind the wheel, turning back your bed, sitting at your desk, we won't call it theft.
- be a whimsy -
... there's a dusty trail of slapped faces burnt homes broken intentions poverty an wastelands left behind her, tracks in cement and sand ...
"... it's all about the last word." Her eyes jittering, jam-citied, hyped ripe thing sitting shadowed. "Oh?" my dismissive passing wipe swipe. "Howz that?" She's really kranked fingers tapping tapping a small rivulet of sweat and she snaps a finger at that open-space where nobody sits. "Lemme tell you ...
as they have done
to the carbon caverns
top torn mountains
of our enterprise
so they do now
If this presents any problem at all please Note me and i will make immediate amends.
I love this shot. So creative and lovely.
Hmmm, don't have any water phobias... sorry.
Keep up the good work. I really enjoy your portraits.
Besides that, your eyes are so powerful. If I cover your eyes and look at just your nose and mouth, you look like a fair-skinned seductress who's calm and composed like a beautiful mannequin. Now, if I cover everything but your eyes, I see a deep, murderous intent. The image as a whole is mercilessly beautiful. Maybe you're a mermaid preying on sailors, waiting to lure them into your watery depths; you look so lovely and yet, so deadly.
supongo que madurar o envejecer no es siempre garantía de adquirir sabiduría; a menudo consiste en adquirir nuevos miedos, sin llegar a deshacernos de los antiguos.
I have the irrational fear that there are always sharks in the water, even when i'm swimming in a pool!
What a great portfolio! I'm fascinated by your artwork..
I grew up on the coast, literally; my back yard was Galveston Bay, and my grandfather had shrimp-boats. You'd think with all that exposure to the water... well nevertheless I still get creeped out, (sometimes) when I'm in deep water and can't see the bottom, especially if no one else is around. Primordial fears ? I guess the abyss has many faces - at least one for every human on the planet.
I have like a total phobia of anything touching my feet anyways. Sock wearer like 90% of the time, so the idea of being in muddy rocky water with barefeet is.... gross Clear swimming pool water is different
I'm always scared that something will grab my leg and pull me down under the water. And underwater plants always look like they are hiding some creatures so I don't like swimming near to them. Or when they touch me under the water... o.o