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November 17, 2011
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Canon EOS 1000D
Shutter Speed
1/128 second
Focal Length
28 mm
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Date Taken
Oct 28, 2011, 6:10:02 PM
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even in death it grows. by Senju-HiMe even in death it grows. by Senju-HiMe
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In ugliness there is beauty
in despair there is hope
in agony there is joy
in death there is life.

always there.

This is not a manipulation. It's all make up


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There is only one word for how impossibly striking this piece is, and that word is GORGEOUS. Just incredible, incredible work.

I think one of the strongest parts of the photo is the use of color. The faded red-to-burgundy and the insightful use of browns just gives the white daisies more power as they're surrounded by the decay. Another truly astounding thing is the very makeup itself--usually, with photos with such drastic makeup, I can visibly spot the dividing line of what's real and what isn't; however, I must have stared at this picture for a full three minutes but I can't for the life of me spot any discrepancy. Whether the photographer did this spectacular makeup job or if someone else did, well done, you!

The only thing I would say that isn't along the lines of "OH MY GOD" is the fact that the signature is right in the middle of the picture. It really takes away from the overall tension of sloping neck and shoulder, which are one of my favorite parts.

Really, truly astonishing job. Very well done.
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The signature is, from my personal point of view as artist myself, exactly where it was supposed to be! Because if I had any god to believe I'd say just "OH-MY-GOD"!


You're just 16yo as I noticed reading... well... I couldn't allow myself all the instruments and technology to totally express my creativity and eventual talents apart pencils and few other fine arts stuff... and also inspirations to come up with artworks like your photos did spread so much by now that seems a lot easier for a teenager to express such a great talent nowadays.
But, as a matter of fact, most of your artworks are a 'jaw dropping' assault to my eye and a challenge for brain's sanity {jealousy and envy are dangerous maladies}.
I talk warmly to you as only another artist or a big brother {I'm 38yo} only would do inviting you and encouraging you to never and I mean just never stop doing what you're doing, never stop to grow up {improve} as a woman and, most of all, as an artist. Your works already lead you to that direction. Just a suggestion... try to express yourself also with old fine-arts techniques and tools more than with photography and photoshopping. It's just in your own interest only. And for the fine-arts' sake!

Your talent is heart-warming.

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Scr1b3 Mar 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
The Zombie apocylapse ...For hippies?
0htar Jan 27, 2014   Photographer
hannahelizabethh Jan 22, 2014  Student General Artist
sooooo good! :D
this is the most beautiful photo in your gallery... I can't stop looking. can't stop admiring. it's so realistic and those flowers are such a romantic addition :heart:
AlpriAndrian Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Woww..very2 Beautifull
well that is gross, awesome work
lnstantNoodles Jul 7, 2013  Student General Artist
Would you mind if I used this as inspiration to a short story? I REALLY love this idea and wish I came up with it first. haha :). Anyway, please let me know. This is beautiful. :heart:
Spiegellicht Jun 26, 2013  Student Photographer
Your beautiful work has been featured in my Journal: [link]

Thank you very much!
When I saw this picture, I could not stop wondering what the story of this girl was. Why was she hurt, who did this to her, who put the flower there to try to make it beautiful... I like pictures that makes my brain go in overdrive...
MoeSaysRawr Mar 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
there is something so dark and so beautiful about this. i absolutely LOVE it! very unique and inspiring; definitely one of my favourite photos now!
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